European firms in London: Germany in London
Hengeler Mueller’s Martin Geiger is noted for his assistance to banks, private equity funds and corporations with real estate financings, refinancing and structured financing, including securitisation work; and Christof Jäckle has a general corporate and M&A practice, with particular experience in private equity. The resident senior associates are Till Hiemenz-Müller and Maximilian Spindler.
- Acted for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the refinancing of an office and hotel property at Frankfurt Airport.
Hoffmann Eitle's London office is highly regarded for its IP advice in relation to areas such as IT and software, electrical engineering, mechanics and telecoms. The firm's patent attorneys in London are dual qualified as both chartered (British) and European patent attorneys; David Sproston, Matthew Birkett, Mark Jones, Alistair Russell and David Lethem are the key contacts.
Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH's Thomas Kuhnle, who splits his time between Stuttgart and London, is a corporate deal specialist who acts for strategic investors, private equity institutions, family offices and banks; Kuhnle's expertise includes structuring transactions, due diligence reviews, contract negotiations, recapitalisations and crisis transactions. Associate York-Alexander von Massenbach is experienced in assisting international investors with M&A and real estate-related acquisitions of German companies and investments.
Noerr's London head Thomas Schulz leads advice on cross-border M&A transactions for strategic and financial sponsors; Schulz specialises in the structuring of private equity transactions, including financing deals.
- Advised, together with the firm’s Düsseldorf and Munich offices, investment companies Aleph Capital Partners and Crestview Partners on a planned €260m investment in the DARAG Group.
Redeker Sellner Dahs
Redeker Sellner Dahs's London office is widely respected for its experience in corporate law and banking and finance transactions; it also assists with the firm's international litigation matters. London and Berlin-based Peter-Andreas Brand's practice covers corporate and commercial law, competition issues, trade marks and copyright, and dispute resolution; Sabine Wildfeuer, who also divides her time between the firm's London and Berlin offices, was made partner in 2019.
Peter-Andreas Brand; Sabine Wildfeuer