Dr Maximilian Haag, LLM, is an attorney and tax advisor at P+P Pöllath + Partners in Munich. He specializes in domestic and international tax law, tax and estate planning, business and private wealth successions, family-owned companies, charitable & private foundations and trusts, private asset management and matrimonial property law.
He served as a law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel (2007) and as a research associate at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance (2010). Maximilian has published numerous articles in domestic and international professional publications. He joined P+P in 2010.
Maximilian studied law and economics at Bayreuth, Duke (LLM; 2005), Nuremberg, Munich, and Leipzig (PhD; 2011, awarded the Feldbausch prize of the University of Leipzig). He was admitted to the bar in 2009 and admitted as tax advisor in 2013.
P+P Pöllath + Partners is an internationally operating German law firm whose more than 125 lawyers and tax advisors in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich provide high-end legal and tax advice.
The firm focuses on transactional advice and asset management. P+P partners regularly advise on corporate/M&A, private equity and real estate transactions of all sizes. P+P has achieved a leading market position in the structuring of private equity and real estate funds and tax advice and enjoys an excellent reputation in corporate matters as well as in asset and succession planning for family businesses and high net worth individuals.
P+P partners serve as members of supervisory and advisory boards of known companies. They are regularly listed in domestic and international rankings as the leading experts in their respective areas of expertise.