Anne Löhner represents clients in complex commercial disputes before German courts and international arbitral tribunals.

Dr. Löhner guides market-leading companies and private equity funds through all aspects of bet-the-company litigation. She counsels clients on:

  • Complex commercial disputes and mass actions
  • Post-M&A and shareholder litigation
  • Controversies involving cross-border components or multi-jurisdictional parallel proceedings
  • Sensitive internal investigations relating to allegations of workplace misconduct

Dr. Löhner draws on extensive experience to help clients achieve optimal resolutions to their most challenging disputes. She regularly advocates for her clients in arbitration under DIS and ICC rules, as well as before trial and appellate courts across Germany. As a trained and experienced mediator, she is also well-versed in amicable dispute resolution.

A recognized leader at the firm, she is a member of Latham’s global Ethics Committee and currently serves as the Munich Office Liaison Partner.

Dr. Löhner maintains an active pro bono practice, representing nonprofits in disputes and contract negotiations related to charitable projects around the globe.

She previously worked in the firm’s New York office and is dual-qualified in Germany and New York.

Bar Qualification

  • New York
  • Rechtsanwältin (Germany)


  • Dr. iur., Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
  • LL.M., Columbia Law School
  • Second German State Exam, Higher Regional Court, Munich
  • First German State Exam, Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg

Languages Spoken

  • German
  • English
  • French