Joachim Grittmann is counsel in the Frankfurt office and practices in the firm’s Litigation & Trial Department. He has broad experience in administrative and regulatory law, including:
- Public procurement law
- State aid law
- Compliance matters, e.g., data protection and export control
His practice involves all aspects of public law matters for a variety of public and non-public clients.
Mr. Grittmann is also a Master of Public Administration and an associate professor for public law at the University of Heidelberg.
- “Environmental Considerations in M&A”, Lawyer Monthly Magazine, March 2013
- Commentary to the German Data Protection Act and Data Protection Rules; co-author, Heidelberg, Verlag Recht und Wirtschaft, 2010
- “No voidness in case of de-facto-award of contract” (Keine Nichtigkeit bei De-facto-Vergabe), co-author, NVwZ 2004, p. 946 et seq.
Mr. Joachim Grittmann’s experience includes advising:
*Matter handled prior to joining Latham
- B/E Aerospace on the acquisition of Interturbine Aviation Logistics-Group and the related export control aspects*
- Daimler AG on the implementation of German toll system Toll Collect and related arbitration procedures: advice on administrative law and public procurement law
- E.ON AG on the sale of Vereinigte Aluminiumwerke to Norsk Hydro: advice on public and environmental law*
- E.ON AG on the sale of Stinnes AG to Deutsche Bahn AG: advice on public and environmental law*
- Hypo Real Estate on state aid law*
- IVG Caverns GmbH on the extension of an underground gas storage field*
- IVG Immobilien AG on the sale of caverns business: advice on mining law and environmental law*
- Nokia on the formation of a joint venture (Nokia Siemens Networks) with Siemens AG: advice on data protection law and regulatory compliance*
- Novartis in the acquisition of Hexal, the divestiture of Arevipharma and regarding post-M&A disputes*
- Sembcorp Industries on the contemplated acquisition of E.ON Energy from Waste*
- The Carlyle Group/Syniverse in the acquisition of MACH and in the subsequent divestiture of MACH’s EEA data clearing and NRTRDE businesses