Attorney at Law and Notary-Public · Certified Specialist for Employment and Labour Law
Lawyer Holger-Erik von Harpe grows up in Lower Saxony. After his military service close to Bremen he studies law at the University of Bielefeld. He completes his legal clerkship in the district of the Higher Regional Court in Hamm. Afterwards, he works for nearly two years as a lawyer for the Employers’ Association for Wholesale Trade, Foreign Trade and the Service Sector (Arbeitgeberverband Großhandel, Außenhandel, Dienstleistungen e.V., AGAD) in Essen. In 2012 he decides to move back to Lower Saxony and starts working with MAHNE I GERMANN.
|2010||Admitted to the bar as Lawyer|
|2011||Lawyer at the Employers’ Association for Wholesale Trade, Foreign Trade and the Service Sector (AGAD)|
|2014||Partner at MAHNE I GERMANN|
|2014||Certified Specialist for Employment and Labour Law|
|2017||Appointment as Notary-Public|
|2018||Certified Specialist for data protection (TÜV)|
Lawyer Holger-Erik von Harpe is specialised in Civil Law, focusing primarily on Labour and Employment Law issues. Whilst working for the Employers’ Association for Wholesale Trade, Foreign Trade and the Service Sector he has gained in-depth experiences in all matters of Individual and Collective Labour Law, which he continuously extends. Especially when advising in complex matters such as restructurings and corporate transactions he contributes his expert knowledge to our team. Since he started working as a lawyer, his particular further interests lie in the fields of IT and Computer Law.
Focus of activities of the notary Holger-Erik von Harpe
Real estate: Sale contracts for plots of land, houses and flats, purchase from property developers, gifting of real estate, project development in the area of residential and commercial real estate, division into condominiums, transfer of a business with real estate
Corporation: start-ups, articles of association, transformation and restructuring, company acquisition contracts, settlement of company succession, shareholder meetings, general meetings, change of partners, applications to the register
Precautions: powers of attorney and powers of attorney for health care, care directives and living wills
Inherit and pass on: wills and inheritance contracts, anticipated succession, donations, securing the continuation of a business, renunciation of inheritance and forced heirship, certificate of heirship applications, Inheritance discussions, execution of a will
Partnership and family: marriage contract, civil partnership contracts, agreement after separation and divorce, contracts for non-marital partnerships