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Recent work for Hengeler Mueller’s private equity specialist Steffen Oppenländer included advising, alongside the Munich office, EQT on the sale of SAG group to SPIE. Other key members of the London practice include Martin Geiger, who is a financing expert; and Daniel Kress, who advises corporations, banks and financial investors on joint ventures, M&A and financing transactions, with a particular focus on real estate. In addition, Kress specialises in distressed situations, financial restructuring and bankruptcy law; he recently acted in several large-cap M&A transactions.

Hoffmann Eitle is a highly regarded IP law boutique. The London office advises on UK and European patent and trade mark issues, in areas such as biotechnology, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, software and life sciences.

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH’s Thomas Kuhnle, who splits time between Stuttgart and London, provides corporate transactional advice; he also advises on recapitalisation and crisis deals, with his clients including strategic investors, private equity institutions, family offices, and banks. Key London associate York-Alexander von Massenbach advises international investors on the acquisition of German companies and assists with M&A and international real estate transactions.

Noerr’s London team focuses on private equity and venture capital matters; corporate and M&A transactions; and restructuring and insolvency; the firm fields lawyers with expertise of the regulated industries. Thomas Schulz predominantly advises on cross-border, M&A transactions for strategic and financial sponsors, including international sales and acquisitions; and the structuring and financing of private equity deals.

Opened in 1991, Redeker Sellner Dahs’ London office focuses on corporate and banking and finance matters. Peter-Andreas Brand is noted for corporate and commercial law, competition matters, trade mark and copyright issues, and dispute resolution; and Sabine Wildfeuer is a key counsel whose practice includes copyright, competition law, media, IT and internet regulation. Brand and Wildfeuer divide time between London and Berlin.

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