Frank David Endebrock

German Attorney at Law since 1998

Languages: German, English, French (basic skills)

  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Real Estate Development
  • Commercial Leases
  • Litigation
  • Real Estate Finance

Frank specializes on providing legal advice and representing clients on all aspects of real property matters. He has profound expertise in real estate law and construction law, including interfacing with other areas of the law, such as corporate law, the law of credit securities, and landlord and tenant law, specifically in commercial leases and litigation. His practices comprise real estate transactions, project development, large-scale commercial leases, sale and lease-back, real property leasing, asset management, drafting and negotiating all types of property-related contracts, real estate finance, and litigation.

Frank is also frequently retained by public bodies in compulsory enforcement proceedings and in contesting insolvency law cases as well as with public liability litigation matters.

  • Real I.S. AG in the forward deal acquisition of three construction phases of 101 apartments, 152 parking lots, and the residential development of eight individual construction units for an open-ended fund
  • Real I.S. Investment GmbH to acquire the Benger House, which is located in the central business district of Stuttgart, for an open-ended fund
  • Real I.S. Investment GmbH to acquire two office buildings in Bremen´s Technology Park for an
    open-ended fund
  • Fidelity Real Estate Investment Management to acquire an office and logistics property in Berlin, occupied by the logistics giant DHL from Dexus Glog Trust
  • CitCor Residential Group in the sale of a portfolio of more than 5,000 residential and 210 commercial units located in Eastern Germany to Deutsche Annington (now: Vonovia)
  • IMMOVATION AG to negotiate a large-scale commercial lease agreement for the central archive of land registers of the Federal State of Baden-Wuerttemberg, located on the former production site of Salamander in Kornwestheim, Germany
  • Major French banking corporation in the financing of various hotel project developments and the re-financing of a holiday park
  • „On the Term of a „Lost Building Subsidy“ – Maturity Despite a Construction Deficiency and Controversial Rights“, comment on Higher Regional Court (Oberlandesgericht) Dresden, Ruling of July 15, 2014 – 5 U 52/14, Zeitschrift für Immobilienrecht vol. 5-6/2015
  • „Compliance with the Written Form of a Lease Agreement of a Civil-Law Partnership by Signature of One Sole Partner Using the Firm Stamp“, comment on Federal High Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof), Judgment dated January 23, 2013 – XII ZR 35/11, Zeitschrift für Immobilienrecht vol. 10/2013
  • „No Claim on Default Interest in Case of a Delayed Payment of Reconciliation Proceeds Following a Delayed Reconciliation”, comment of Federal High Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) Judgment dated December 5, 2012 – XII ZR 44/11, Zeitschrift für Immobilienrecht vol. 5-6/2013
  • Country Review Germany in: Corporate Real Estate Handbook (English language)
  • „Alteration of a Land Charge“ Workshop Attorney-Notary at the Spring Academy of the German Bar Association (AnwBl 2014, 538)
  • In-house training and seminars on commercial leases, energy saving law, rent securities, and hotel management agreements

Frank studied law at the University of Cologne with the First State Exam. As part of his legal clerkship at the Federal State of Northrhine-Westfalia, he had a stint in an attorney’s and notary’s office in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Frank started his professional career with the law firm of GRAF V. WESTPHALEN FRITZE & MODEST, Cologne, where he worked from 1998 through 2000. After that, he joined MEAG Real Estate Management GmbH, Munich, the asset management arm of Munich Re-Group, in 2000 where he stayed through 2002. From 2003 through 2015, Frank was with the law firm of MAYER BROWN LLP, in Frankfurt, where he became an Income Partner in 2006.

Frank has been admitted as a German Attorney at Law since 1998.

„Frequently Recommended Lawyer“ (JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien 2014/2015, 2013/2014, 2012/2013, 2011/2012)