Kuhn Carl Norden Baum > Stuttgart, Germany > Firm Profile
Kuhn Carl Norden Baum Offices
Kuhn Carl Norden Baum > The Legal 500 RankingsKuhn Carl Norden Baum assists with the formation of companies, shareholder meetings and disputes and advises on ongoing business operations, restructuring, changes of legal form and conversions. The main contacts are Marcus Baum (in addition to corporate law and M&A, also succession and arbitration proceedings), Michael Rudnau (additional expertise in banking and finance law as well as insolvency law) and Jürgen Rieg (including D&O liability and money laundering issues).
- Comprehensive advice and representation of a shareholder in a shareholder dispute with injunction proceedings and main action as well as in settlement negotiations.
- Representing a foundation in a dispute within the board of trustees.
- Comprehensive advice and representation of a VC fund in a dispute between the fund and the two founders of a start-up in which the fund invested.
Kuhn Carl Norden Baum > Firm Profile
KCNB is a boutique firm based in Stuttgart, the economic and industrial heart of southwestern Germany. For more than 50 years KCNB has always been among the leading firms in the area, advising and representing companies and their owners in company and commercial law matters and the related fields.
KCNB’s clients appreciate its low leverage, partner-focused approach and its competitive edge over larger firms without any compromise in terms of quality. In addition, KCNB offers its clients the benefit of well-established
KCNB has continued its successful course of adding expertise. The former General Counsel of a major German bank joined as of counsel. Further a tax consultant has been added to the team.
Areas of practice
KCNB focuses on company and commercial law, including M&A, litigation and arbitration, employment, competition and compliance. Its expertise covers industries as diverse as the machinery and plant construction industry as well as automotive parts and equipment suppliers and the financial industry.
The work done by KCNB’s lawyers regularly includes cross-border issues, particularly concerning the US, UK, Switzerland, Spain as well as Austria and the Netherlands.
Among KCNB’s clients are machinery and plant construction companies – some of them world leaders in their field – as well as financial institutions. In addition, KCNB has a strong private client practice, focusing on the vast number of family-owned players in south-west Germany’s industry.
|Corporate||Dr Marcus Baum|
|Corporate||Dr Jürgen Rieg|
|Corporate||Dr Christoph Hartmann|
|Corporate||Dr Armin Brendle|
|Mergers and acquisitions||Dr Marcus Baum|
|Mergers and acquisitions||Michael Rudnau|
|Mergers and acquisitions||Dr Jürgen Rieg|
|Mergers and acquisitions||Dr Armin Brendle|
|Banking and finance||Dr Marcus Baum|
|Banking and finance||Michael Rudnau|
|Banking and finance||Dr Christoph Hartmann|
|Banking and finance||Dr Armin Brendle|
|Litigation and arbitration||Michael Rudnau|
|International law||Michael Rudnau|
|International law||Dr Jürgen Rieg|
|Private client/wills and probate||Dr Marcus Baum|
|Private client/wills and probate||Dr Jürgen Rieg|
|Tax law||Anton Buck|
|Dr iur Marcus Baum||Partner specialising in Corporate/M&A, Banking and Private Client.||View Profile|
|Dr iur Jürgen Rieg||Partner specialising in Corporate/M&A.||View Profile|
|Mr Michael Rudnau||Partner specialising in Corporate, General Commercial, Litigation and Arbitration.||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 10
LanguagesGerman English French
- Corporate and M&A > Corporate