Arian Gruener

Dr. med. Arian Grüner

Baker McKenzie Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern


Arian Grüner is a member of Baker McKenzie's Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Law Practice Group. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie in 2021, he worked in the Life Sciences group of an international law firm in Berlin. In addition to his legal qualification, Arian is also a licensed physician. In this capacity, he was employed in the field of transfusion medicine at the German Red Cross and completed his doctorate degree at the medical faculty of the University of Leipzig.

Practice Focus

Arian advises national and international clients on all aspects of medicinal product and medical device law. In particular, Arian provides legal advice on regulatory issues regarding market access, manufacturing, distribution, advertising and reimbursement of medicinal products and medical devices. Arian also has experience in narcotics (including medical cannabis), cosmetics and food law.


  • Germany (2019)
  • Germany (Medical License) (2014)


  • University of Leipzig (Dr. med.) (2021)
  • Higher Regional Court of Dresden (Second State Exam) (2019)
  • University of Leipzig (First State Exam) (2017)
  • University of Leipzig (Final Medical State Exam) (2013)


  • English
  • German

Previous Offices

  • San Francisco

Co-author (with Dr. Christian Lebrecht), "Germany: (Not) As good as advertised? German Federal Civil Court rules that advertisement for comprehensive tele-treatment of patients is not in compliance with the law," Baker McKenzie InsightPlus, 01 February 2022

Co-author (with Dr. Martin Altschwager, LL.M.), "Germany: Transparency mandatory for all companies with public affairs department - Approaching deadline of German Lobbying Act," Baker McKenzie InsightPlus, 24 January 2022

Co-author (with Dr. Christian Lebrecht), "Germany: New government, new rules — an overview of the health-related plans of the new German three-party coalition," Baker McKenzie InsightPlus, 2 December 2021

Author, "Das Genfer Ärztegelöbnis - Hippokrates 2.0?", Sächsisches Ärzteblatt, 12/2019; pp. 14-15