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Buse Heberer Fromm

KURFÜRSTENDAMM 237, 10719 BERLIN, GERMANY
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Germany

Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 6

Buse Heberer Fromm

Buse Heberer Fromm’s growing team provides ‘good value for money’ and ‘a good service level’ and was also able to expand its cross-border work. The team advised a London-based private equity fund on the creation of an employment law concept for the acquisition and post-acquisition restructuring of target companies in Germany, and assisted a DAX company from the financial services sector with matters pertaining to an internal investigation for alleged breach of the US Foreign Corruption Practices Act. Ines Heydasch is recommended and Sabine Feindura heads the team.

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Germany: Corporate and M&A

Corporate
Corporate and M&A: Corporate - ranked: tier 5

Buse Heberer Fromm

Buse Heberer Fromm regularly works in the field of mechanical engineering and the supplier and sales industry. For example, the group advised Maurer, a steel, mechanical and plant engineering sector company, on its double change of legal form from a GmbH & Co. KG through an AG into an SE. Another instruction was advising the management of an energy trader on the diverging interests concerning the management, accounting and profit distribution of two 50% shareholders. An example of advice rendered to a foreign company is acting for the Belgian B Logistics (now Lineas) concerning the founding of a new German subsidiary. From Hamburg, Jossip Hesse leads the group, which also includes the recommended DĂŒsseldorf-based Wolfgang Großmann and Christian Quack. The group saw three external additions at partner level: Peter Fissenewert joined in October 2016 from HWW Hermann Wienberg Wilhelm, Thomas Hausbeck came from Kairos in November 2016 and Alexander Wolf joined from Kestler Mielert & Partner in March 2017. Internally, Heinrich Schmitz was promoted to partner.

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Germany: Public sector

Public procurement
Public sector: Public procurement - ranked: tier 5

Buse Heberer Fromm

Buse Heberer Fromm focuses on public transport and healthcare procurements. Practice head Stefan Pooth advised Zweckverband Nahverkehr Westfalen-Lippe, which conducted a €30m bid procedure for a central distribution service provider for train tickets. In addition, the group represented the doctors association SĂ€chsischer HausĂ€rzteverband in a bid procedure against AOK Plus, which included the novel issue of tendering a model project. The city of Marl retained the group for advice on the German first-time award of qualified patient transport services.

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Germany: Real estate and construction

Real estate
Real estate and construction: Real estate - ranked: tier 5

Buse Heberer Fromm

The real estate team at Buse Heberer Fromm consists of 16 partners operating across six German offices and is led by Markus Ruhmann in Hamburg. Regular instructions include real estate transactions, project development, lease-sharing matters, certifications as well as litigation.

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