The law firm Berger Groß Höhmann & PartnerIn 2002 Berger Groß Höhmann & Partner was founded by three attorneys at law: Thomas Berger, Dr. Johannes Groß, and Sebastian Höhmann. It has steadily grown since then.
Our client’s interests are always the ultimate goal of our work. It is our objective to find solutions to our clients’ problems rather than answering abstract legal questions. We fight for the interests and rights of our clients even if we have to take on prevailing opinions, strong interests or powerful opponents. In the interests of our clients, we will never shy away from neither conflict nor from compromise.
Within our work, we emphasize individuality, personal connection, and honest contact with our clients. A major asset of our law firm is our different attorneys at law, who each contribute their different strengths, experiences, ideas, and personalities.
Despite our differences, our passion to stand up for a social and democratic state under the rule of law, which guarantees equal rights to everyone and not just to the (financially) strongest, connects us all. Therefore, we accept legal aid mandates for consultation and litigation in the areas of our legal expertise.
We are also connected by our legal qualifications, which we have achieved through specialization and accounted for by accredited titles covering our legal fields. We update our knowledge continuously and impart it to our clients, to other lawyers and to the on our consulting and informative web site.
We are independent, discreet, and reliable members of free advocacy and are convinced that you, as our client, will appreciate this.
Working for our clients we cover various legal disciplines. We advise, represent and train:
- Works councils, including central and group-wide councils
- Employees, executive staff, and managers
- Patients and persons in need of care
- Ambulatory, partly ambulatory, and stationary care services or homes
- Care associations and societies
- Company shareholders and owners
- Testators, heirs, joint heirs and other beneficiaries in Germany and abroad
- Married couples
We contribute to Berlin’s cultural life through regular art exhibitions (e.g.Mark Kubitzke, Nele Probst, Johannes Albers, Hannah Förster,Anja Brendle,Marita Fried). We have also supported a number of cultural projects such as the film “Testamento” the story of a Latin American lawyer and freedom fighter, the documentary film “Es geht nicht nur um unsere Haut” ("It´s not just about our own skin") about the strike for the continued operation of the Bosch Siemens Works in Berlin-Spandau, the theatre project “Scene Bites-Special Edition: Family” or the jubilee concert of pianist Cecilia Pillado honouring the Argentinian composer Guardo Gustavino.