Johann-Frederik Schuldt is a Senior Associate in the Environmental and Public Planning Law Group in Germany. He advises national and international clients on environmental, public planning and building law matters as well as on administrative, regulatory and constitutional law.
Johann concentrates his environmental law practice on waste management, immission control, soil and groundwater contamination, mining and climate protection matters. As a particular focus, he advises international clients on environmental and regulatory compliance in cross-border cases, including international and European waste shipment law matters. Amongst his clients are manufacturers, real estate companies, private equity funds, energy suppliers and business associations.
In public planning and building law matters, Johann represents clients in complex permit and planning procedures vis-à-vis public authorities, neighbourhood agreement and public law contract negotiations and in compliance matters. In addition, he advises on regulatory and environmental questions in corporate and real estate transactions. Johann also has deep experience in the fields of rent price law and housing market regulation where he inter alia provides strategic advice to clients on current legislative proceedings and letting strategies.
Johann regularly publishes articles on public and regulatory law topics. His publications on rent price law and housing market regulation have been recognized with several academic awards and have been cited by the German Federal Constitutional Court and the German Federal Supreme Court in landmark decisions.