Axel Mühl studied law at the University of Bayreuth, where he was awarded his doctoral degree in European law. At the same time, he also completed an additional business qualification (finance and tax). He has been admitted to the German Bar since 2000. Dr Mühl is a visiting lecturer at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (HDBW) (partnerships, group law, and transformation law/transformation tax law). He is the head of the national Practice Group Family Businesses - Entrepreneurial Families at Luther.
Axel Mühl specialises in providing corporate and corporate-related tax law advice. He advises domestic and foreign companies as well as groups of companies who operate internationally in all matters relating to commercial and corporate law, paying special attention to tax matters. His work includes, in particular, advising companies and groups on national and international restructurings and also providing advice on the sale and purchase of companies (M&A). Another focus of his work lies on litigation, in particular in the field of corporate law disputes. In addition, he supports and advises high-end medium-sized businesses and business owners on succession planning.