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Dr. Stefan Diemer, Partner

Dr. Stefan Diemer


Rechtsanwalt, Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht


German and English

Practice areas

  • Commercial agreements
  • Corporate
  • Industrials
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Real estate
  • Tax planning and consultancy

Practice notes

Stefan is a Partner in the Munich office of Eversheds Sutherland and member of the firm’s Tax practice.

He has extensive experience in and regularly advises on international and domestic corporate transactions, real estate transactions and the commercial activities of corporate clients.

Stefan, specially certified in tax law, in particular advises national and international clients on tax-efficient structures for their commercial operations including tax efficient acquisitions, disposals and reorganizations, both domestic and international. He regularly advises on the tax structuring of real estate investments and financing. He also advises on the application of VAT in Real estate matters and within the framework of supply and value chains. Furthermore, Stefan represents clients in procedures of tax authorities and before tax courts.

He is recommended for tax law by Best Lawyers and JUVE Tax Handbook 2020.

Stefan's recent experience includes advising:

  • various US clients, including Chemtura, Horizon and Parker Hannifin, on M&A transactions regarding all relevant tax aspects
  • a North American client regarding the structuring and setting up of its German operations
  • a family office on €500 million investment in a German company
  • the US Department of Justice/IRS as a German tax law expert in proceedings before Boston tax court including testifying as an expert witness
  • a German leading provider of property investments for private and institutional investors
  • Blackstone on the sale of a portfolio of student accommodations
  • a sovereign wealth fund on the acquisition of a portfolio of commercial properties valued at approx. €400 million
  • US clients and German clients on VAT supply chain matters