Dr Felix Krieglstein, LL.M.

Rechtsanwalt (Attorney-at-Law)

Dr Felix Krieglstein has been advising national and international clients on all aspects of hotel and real estate law for more than 15 years. His transaction and financing track record includes not less than 150 hotels – through cross-border portfolio transactions as well as through acquisitions of single prominent core properties. National and international hotel chains and hotel operators rely on his longstanding experiences with lease, management, franchise and other operating agreements.

Furthermore, Dr Felix Krieglstein regularly advises international investors on the acquisition and financing of larger residential and commercial real estate portfolios. He has represented clients in various settlement negotiations and in arbitration before the International Court of Arbitration and successfully acted in commercial, corporate, franchise and lease related litigation for listed corporations and international groups.

  • 2003: joined Jung & Schleicher
  • 2003: admission to the bar
  • 2001-2003: legal traineeship at the district court of Koblenz/Rheinland-Pfalz / Second State Examination
  • 2001: PhD. degree in energy law, University of Trier
  • 1999-2000: Master-of-Laws degree (LL.M.) in European Law and European Merger Control, University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom)
  • 1999: First State Examination, University of Trier

  • Krieglstein, Renewable Energy Schemes and EC State Aids Provisions, European Environmental Law Review 2001 (Volume 10), S. 51 ff.
  • Krieglstein, Implications of the VEBA/VIAG-Decision of Future Electricity Mergers, European Competition Law Review 2001 (Volume 22), S. 47 ff.
  • Krieglstein, The Application of EC Competition Law of Liberalised Electricity Markets, Nomos Verlag, Baden Baden 2000
  • Krieglstein, Die Staatliche Aufsicht über die Elektrizitätswirtschaft nach dem Energiewirtschaftsgesetz, Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin 2002
  • Krieglstein, Die Zulassung von Hochspannungsfreileitungen im liberalisierten Strommarkt, Umwelt- und Planungsrecht 01/2003