Firm Profile > Latham & Watkins LLP > Frankfurt, Germany

Latham & Watkins LLP
REUTERWEG 20
60323 FRANKFURT AM MAIN
Germany

Data protection Tier 1

Latham & Watkins LLP's comparatively small data protection team nevertheless constitutes one of the market leaders in this segment. Towards the end of 2018 the firm received significant attention due to its representation of the chat portal knuddels.de in the first fine proceedings due to GDPR breaches in Germany. The practice is now well-equipped for increased legal actions in form of data protection disputes and damage claim proceedings. Besides representing clients in litigation, including at the Federal Court of Justice, Federal Labour Court and Federal Constitutional Court, the firm's range of services also includes GDPR implementation in company structures and data protection advice in connection with M&A transactions as well as internal investigations and international pre-trial discovery procedures. Through the close collaboration with the firm's compliance practice the team was also able to strengthen its competencies in crisis management in the case of data protection scandals and cyber crime. Practice head Tim Wybitul, who joined from Hogan Lovells International LLP in October 2018, and Frankfurt and London-based Ulrich Wuermeling are both considered leading in the German market.

Practice head(s):

Tim Wybitul

Other key lawyers:

Ulrich Wuermeling; Joachim Grittmann

Key clients

CrossLend GmbH

Daimler AG

Deutsche Bank AG

Deutscher Dialogmarketing Verband e.V.

DZ Bank

Facebook

Indeed, Inc.

IQVIA Commercial

Knuddels GmbH

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

SCHUFA Holding

SHL Telemedizin

Toscafund Asset Management LLP

Unitymedia

Equity capital markets Tier 1

Working in close conjunction with its DCM, private equity and financial supervisory practices, Latham & Watkins LLP's ECM team advises listed companies and banks on IPOs and capital increases and has recently made a name for itself by demonstrating particular expertise in the segments real estate and e-commerce. Its expertise also extends to US securities, which leads to regular instructions on US stock exchange listings. The 'very competentOliver Seiler heads the practice, which lost Roland Maaß to DLA Piper in August 2018. Associate David Rath is noted for his extensive ECM expertise.

Practice head(s):

Oliver Seiler

Other key lawyers:

Marcus Funke; David Rath

Testimonials

Absolutely open and trusted cooperation.

Oliver Seiler’s assessments are always realistic and he understands the positions of different players.

Key clients

CECONOMY AG

DEMIRE Deutsche Mittelstand Real Estate AG

Galenica Santé Ag

Goldman Sachs

J.P. Morgan

Morgan Stanley

Siemens AG

Sunrise Communications Group AG

trivago GmbH

Lending and borrowing Tier 1

The close cooperation with the DCM and ECM teams as well as the restructuring practice enables the financing team at Latham & Watkins LLP to provide sponsors, banks, debt funds and corporates with wide-ranging advice on restructurings, LBOs and corporate finance matters. These key elements received a further boost with the arrival of Thomas Weitkamp from Clifford Chance in July 2018, while the team is also experienced in handling transactions based on bond and covenant lite structures. Other work pertains to real estate financing and matters under English and US law. Restructuring expert Frank Grell, vice chair of the global finance practice Alexandra Hagelüken and Sibylle Münch, who was elevated to the partnership in March 2019, are among the key figures of the team. Associate Kim Woggon is praised as being 'pragmatic and solution-oriented'. Andreas Diem retired in December 2018.

Practice head(s):

Frank Grell; Alexandra Hagelüken

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Very performance-oriented, clients always receive relevant updates, all in all very organised and efficient.’

‘Christian Jahn has stepped into the retired Andreas Diem’s shoes and managed to take on this role very well. His professional attitude and specialist knowledge as well as his talent to look at a situation from several commercial and legal angles are unique.’ 

Key clients

Apera Asset Management

Ares Management Limited

Armira Partners

Cheplapharm Arzneimittel GmbH

Chequers Capital

Consus Commercial Property AG

Deutsche Bank AG

DPE Deutsche Private Equity GmbH

EQT

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kongsberg Automotive ASA

Morgan Stanley

Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale (NORD/LB)

One Equity Partners

Société Générale S.A.

UniCredit Bank AG

Restructuring Tier 1

Latham & Watkins LLP's cross-border and multidisciplinary experience in the segments M&A, stock corporation and capital markets law alongside banking, employment law, tax law and litigation is applied when advising on matters at the intersection of financial and operative restructurings. This includes advice on the acquisition of non-performing loans, debt equity swaps and the analysis of potential insolvency scenarios, while taking into account insolvency protection, self-administration and insolvency plan proceedings. Practice head Frank Grell advises buyers, debtors and creditors on distressed M&A transactions and assists defendants and plaintiff insolvency administrators with insolvency-related disputes. In distressed M&A, Jörn Kowalewski regularly acts for shareholder consortiums in the sale and restructuring of companies. Its client portfolio includes several players from the aviation, furniture, energy and financial sectors.

Practice head(s):

Frank Grell

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Creditors, sponsors and debtors are being advised adeptly and competently. Additionally the team always has an eye on solution-oriented approaches with the client’s interest in mind.’

‘Frank Grell as well as Jörn Kowalewski are outstanding technical experts.’

Key clients

Achim Ahrendt als Insolvenzverwalter von S+K und REVA

Air Berlin

Apollo Global Management, LLC

Bartec Group

BayernLB

BNP Paribas

Capvis

CMP Capital Management-Partners GmbH

Commerzbank

creatrade Holding GmbH

Schneider Versand GmbH & Co. KG

Deutsche Bank

DSD Duales System Holding GmbH & Co. KG

DZ Bank

Gerflor SAS Group

Hellmann Logistik

H.I.G.

HSBC

Invia Group

Keymile Group

One Equity Partners

Och-Ziff

Riverside Beteiligungs GmbH

Scholz Recycling GmbH

Solarworld Holding Beteiligungsgesellschaft

Steinhoff

TKN Marktkarree Langenfeld GmbH & Co. KG

Transactions Tier 1

Latham & Watkins LLP covers the full spectrum of PE and stands out for its strong US practice and for its close cooperation with the firm's London office. The team led by Burc Hesse advises a broad range of clients, including large international funds, mid-market investors and investors focused on specific industries. PE and M&A expert Oliver Felsenstein and Rainer Traugott, who, alongside PE, is also well versed in corporate restructurings, are frequently recommended. Gregor Klenk joined Goodwin in February 2019.

Practice head(s):

Burc Hesse

Other key lawyers:

Oliver Felsenstein; Rainer Traugott; Nils Röver; Stefan Widder

Key clients

Apollo Global Management

Bregal Investments

Brookfield Business Partners L.P.

Capvis Equity Partners AG

Centerbridge Partners, L.P.

Chequers Capital

CVC Capital Partners

Deutsche Beteiligungs AG

Equistone Partners Europe Limited

Hellman & Friedman LLC

Blackstone Group Inc.

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Partners Group

The Carlyle Group

Triton

Silverfleet Capital Partners LLP

Antitrust Tier 2

Latham & Watkins LLP deals with all facets of German and European antitrust law but has recently put significant emphasis on large-scale investigations alongside antitrust damages and merger control proceedings. Thanks to the firm's strong M&A practice, the team also handles transactional work and frequently acts for private equity clients. Michael Esser has significant experience of phase II proceedings and is particularly well versed in the media, digitalisation and data protection sectors. Clients from the food trade, steel and automotive sectors often receive advice from Georg Weidenbach. Max Hauser, who was elevated to the partnership in January 2019, has a focus on merger control but also acts in antitrust damages actions alongside antitrust and antitrust abuse proceedings. On the junior level, senior associate Jan Christoph Höft is noted for his expertise in the media sector as well as in the trend area of online platforms and digital business models.

Key clients

Facebook Inc.

ArcelorMittal

The Carlyle Group

Nestlé

Exide Technologies

Liberty Global/Unitymedia

Commercial litigation Tier 2

The dispute resolution practice at Latham & Watkins LLP is a renowned address for complex individual and class actions. The group frequently advises and defends clients in corporate, post-M&A and bonds-related disputes and often utilises its international firm network. Christoph Baus heads the practice and is well versed in trade and antitrust proceedings as well as in arbitration. Christine Gärtner joined Clifford Chance in June 2019 and Markus Rieder, another experienced contact for corporations and financial institutions, joined  Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in January 2020.

Practice head(s):

Christoph Baus

Testimonials

The litigation team led by Christoph Baus does an excellent job.

One of the best team for German civil disputes. The group is strategically superb and even more brilliant in court.

Christoph Baus has a strategic instinct that allows him to preemptively and unerringly identify the opposition’s response.

Key clients

Air Berlin

Hamburger Hochbahn AG

Clerical Medical Investment Group

Achim Ahrendt

Daimler

Deutsche Bank

Facebook

Liberty Global

ADAC e.V.

Volkswagen AG

Corporate Tier 2

Latham & Watkins LLP's corporate practice, which is led by Burc Hesse in Munich, frequently advises renowned national and international corporations on corporate governance, corporate restructuring and corporate aspects of joint ventures and public takeovers. The group also has expertise at the interface of capital markets, antitrust, tax as well as banking and banking supervisory law and further handles shareholder and corporate disputes; here, particular expertise is demonstrated in joint venture disputes. Stefan Widder has an 'eye for the essentials'.

Practice head(s):

Burc Hesse

Other key lawyers:

Stefan Widder; Harald Selzner; Dirk Kocher; Tobias Larisch; Nikolaos Paschos; Martin Neuhaus

Testimonials

‘The work mode is characterised by a high degree of competence, strategic thinking, pragmatism and promptness.

Strong team across all significant jurisdictions.’

Efficient and loyal cooperation with the in-house team.

Key clients

Ceconomy

Charité Berlin

Daimler AG

Toll Collect

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

Hellmann & Friedmann

Blackstone

Lanxess

Siemens AG

Debt capital markets Tier 2

Latham & Watkins LLP specialises in the issuance of high-yield and investment grade bonds in Germany, the rest of Europe and in the US, providing companies, sponsors and banks with assistance under German, English and New York law. Frequently, these instructions include bank financing elements, which, thanks to the team's strong cooperation with its capital markets and banking groups, reflects its capabilities to handle matters at this intersection. Its expertise also extends to derivatives, structured bonds, pfandbriefe and German covered bonds. Rüdiger Malaun heads the team, which also includes high-yield bond expert Alexander Lentz.

Practice head(s):

Rüdiger Malaun

Other key lawyers:

Marcus Funke; Alexander Lentz

Key clients

Ardian

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Barclays

BayWa AG

BillFront Ltd.

BNP Paribas

Credit Suisse Group AG

CrossLend GmbH

Demire Deutsche Mittelstand Real Estate AG

Deutsche Bank AG

Gateway Real Estate AG

Goldman Sachs

J.P. Morgan

Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA

Landesbanken Hessen-Thüringen und Bayern (Helaba)

Morgan Stanley

Progroup AG

Summit Germany Limited

UniCredit Bank AG

Financial services: regulatory Tier 2

While Latham & Watkins LLP's strength in dealing with matters at the intersection with corporate and M&A leads to regular transaction-driven instructions from financial services companies, and Markus Krüger has been driving forward the firm's fintech M&A and fintech investments offering, the team also advises on MiFID II, Brexit and compliance matters (including regulatory proceedings). These three last-mentioned segments are areas of particular expertise for the 'pragmaticAxel Schiemann. The team's integrated offering is not least based on its strong cooperation with the firm's capital markets and tax law practices.

Practice head(s):

Markus Krüger; Axel Schiemann

Testimonials

Very attuned team; knowledge is divided between multiple minds.

Due to its enormous network the client can rest assured that all aspects are perfectly handled even across practices.

Key clients

Apollo Global Management LLC

BillFront Ltd.

Bundesverband deutscher Banken (BdB)

Central Bank of Egypt

CrossLend

Deutsche Bank AG

Evercore Inc.

Hg

La Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ)

Toscafund Asset Management LLP

Healthcare and life sciences Tier 2

With Henning Schneider and Christoph Engeler as co-heads, Latham & Watkins LLP's team is led by two of the most renowned corporate lawyers in the German healthcare market. While Schneider is predominantly active in the healthcare segment, Engeler puts significant emphasis on life sciences mandates. The team has extensive experience in advising healthcare services providers but also acts for investors, including banks and large private equity firms. In doing so, the team provides in-depth regulatory assistance to support a broad client base, leading to instructions from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology and hospital sectors. The firm's full-service offering also enables the team to advise clients on various other related matters.

Practice head(s):

Henning Schneider; Christoph Engeler

Testimonials

‘The entire team gives the impression of real team performance, with each team member being able to bring in their personal skills and strengths. This unique interaction between colleagues means that even complex issues can be checked and dealt with competently and in all facets. The respectful dealings with each other also lead to a trusting and pleasant atmosphere in the client discussion.’

‘The team is characterised by high efficiency, speed and reliability. Another positive aspect is that the team is so well organised that there are no delays or bottlenecks even in times of high stress.’

‘Henning Schneider’s outstanding qualities are extensive experience, excellent knowledge and the greatest confidence. These characteristics create trust in the negotiation strategy and are reassuring.’

‘Henning Schneider is not only a shrewd lawyer, but also an excellent expert in the healthcare industry with all its complexities and constant changes.’

Key clients

Amedes Gruppe

Astellas Pharma

Carlyle

Charité/Stadt Berlin und Stiftung Deutsches Herzzentrum

DPE Deutsche Private Equity

Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

SHL Telemedizin GmbH

Siemens

STADA Arzneimittel

M&A: large deals (€500m+) Tier 2

Latham & Watkins LLP's Burc Hesse heads the M&A practice, which assists with complex cross-border transactions as well as with takeover attempt defence and also advises on how to deal with activist shareholders. The client base includes various DAX companies. 'Skilled negotiator' and managing partner of the German offices Harald Selzner as well as the co-chair of the firm's global merger & acquistition practice Rainer Traugott are other key figures of the team.

Practice head(s):

Burc Hesse

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

Solution-oriented, fast in implementing, very strong negotiators.

High standard across various international offices and very well-coordinated cooperation.

Key clients

Aliaxis

Barkawi

Charité and Stiftung Deutsches Herzzentrum

Callaway Golf Company

Ceconomy

CMP

Commerzbank

Congatec AG

DuMont Business Information GmbH

GHX Europe GmbH

Hellman & Friedman

Henkel

Inapa Group

Omnicom Group Inc

Playtika

SERgroup

Siemens

SoftwareOne

STP Holding

VTG

M&A: mid-sized deals (sub-€500m) Tier 2

In the M&A arena, Latham & Watkins LLP frequently advises corporations and financial investors on cross-border transactions in the digitalisation, health, energy, automotive and media sectors. The managing partner of the German offices Harald Selzner and Rainer Traugott are the team's key figures, while Natalie Daghles is a renowned contact for cross-border deals. Burc Hesse in Munich heads the group.

Practice head(s):

Burc Hesse

Other key lawyers:

Harald Selzner; Rainer Traugott; Nathalie Daghles

Key clients

Aliaxis

Barkawi

Charité and Stiftung Deutsches Herzzentrum

Callaway Golf Company

Ceconomy

CMP

Commerzbank

Congatec AG

DuMont Business Information GmbH

GHX Europe GmbH

Hellman & Friedman

Henkel

Inapa Group

Omnicom Group Inc

Playtika

SERgroup

Siemens

SoftwareOne

STP Holding

VTG

Outsourcing Tier 2

Outsourcing advice is a key component of Latham & Watkins LLP's IT practice. Counsel Thies Deike has 20 years' experience in the field and particular expertise regarding outsourcing in the financial industry. The team also handles outsourcing aspects of transactions, where advice is given in close collaboration with the M&A and private equity practices. In the often international context of its mandates the team frequently liaises with the firm's London office.

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Aliaxis SA

Deutsche Bank AG

RWE AG

Toscafund Asset Management LLP

Tax Tier 2

Latham & Watkins LLP has expertise in handling tax law matters arising from private equity and M&A transactions, while also handling restructurings and transactions involving ECM and DCM aspects such as high-yield bonds. Team head Stefan Süß regularly advises on fund structuring and financing structures, acting for banks and sponsors but also debtors, while Tobias Klass focuses on real estate-related and transactional tax work. Handling tax audits and cross-border tax structuring mandates are also part of its offering.

Practice head(s):

Stefan Süß

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Fox; Tobias Klass

Testimonials

The practice works excellently as a team, such as when tax input is necessary when drafting contracts or when thinking about various consequences and possible scenarios in the case of contracts.

Conversations with the team are always great and constructive. The team listens very carefully and gives high-quality feedback.

Key clients

Aliaxis SA

H.I.G / DSD

SERgroup

Barkawi

Daimler

Omnicom

Siemens

Callaway Golf Company

Triton

Hellman & Friedman und Blackstone

DuMont

Maxburg Capital Partners

One Equity Partners

Astorg Partners

INAPA Gruppe

Playtika

Arbitration (including international arbitration) Tier 3

The team at Latham & Watkins LLP is especially experienced in arbitration proceedings related to investment agreements. Clients particularly benefit from the firm's international set us as the group is able to cooperate easily with offices in other jurisdictions in international and cross-border arbitration proceedings. The practice is headed by Christoph Baus and also includes Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, who is a well-versed party representative as well as arbitrator in trade and investment disputes and who is instructed by both states as well as investors. Christine Gärtner joined Clifford Chance in the summer of 2019 and Markus Rieder left for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in January 2020.

Practice head(s):

Christoph Baus

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

An extremely competent and committed team. They don’t hesitate to really buckle down and deliver the necessary core work in order to be in control of every single detail.

L&W has an exceedingly good and highly motivated team, in which also younger colleagues deliver impressive quality.

The thorough, pragmatic and charming Christoph Baus is one of a number of excellent arbitrators in Germany. He always manages to find solutions in supposedly hopeless arbitration situations.

Markus Rieder has a strategic vision and creates reliable solution proposals. He is also a true fighter for the client’s matter.

Key clients

Ukraine

Strabag SE

Republic of Croatia

Daimler Financial Services AG and Toll Collect GmbH

Financial services: litigation Tier 3

In the financial services litigation arena, Latham & Watkins LLP impresses with the close cooperation between practice groups and its broad team. The group is particularly active in dispute resolution for partners and shareholders as well as in insolvency disputes. In addition, the team frequently advises banks on various conflicts. Christoph Baus heads the practice group and is considered a renowned proceedings expert with specific expertise in capital investment law and in assisting with mass proceedings. Markus Rieder, who also advises financial companies in conflict situations, joined Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in January 2020.

Practice head(s):

Christoph Baus

Key clients

Deutsche Bank

Clerical Medical Investment Group

Daimler

Compliance Tier 4

With the arrival of commercial criminal lawyer Thomas Grützner from Baker McKenzie and data protection expert Tim Wybitul from Hogan Lovells International LLPLatham & Watkins LLP has visibly strengthened its compliance expertise. Based on a cross-practice approach, the team offers comprehensive advice on antitrust, corporate and employment law aspects, particularly with regards to industry-specific compliance issues in the financial, health and energy sectors. Tobias Larisch is well versed in corporate compliance matters. Also noteworthy is the skilful use of legal tech. Markus Rieder, an experienced key contact particularly for manufacturing and automotive companies, joined Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in January 2020.

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

Latham & Watkins stands out for its flexibility and practice orientation.’ 

Key clients

Stada Arzneimittel AG

Daimler AG

Scholz Holding GmbH

Knuddels GmbH & Co. KG

Allianz

Employment Tier 4

The employment law practice at Latham & Watkins LLP focuses on high-end work and on restructuring and reorganisation measures in particular. New arrival Anne Kleffmann from Watson Farley & Williams LLP, who joined the team in March 2019 following the retirement of Claudia Heins and Stefan Lunk at the end of 2018 has particular expertise in this segment. The practice is led by Tobias Leder, who represents national and international clients in contentious matters and also has expertise in occupational pension provisions. The healthcare, pharmaceutical and chemical industries are significant industry sectors for the firm.

Practice head(s):

Tobias Leder

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Airbus Group

Autogrill

Broadcom / Brocade / Avago

Callaway Golf Company

DACHSER GmbH & Co. KG

EnBW, PreussenElektra, RWE, Vattenfall

Hexal AG

Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals

Novartis Pharma AG

Sandoz

Siemens

Swiss Re Europe S.A. – Niederlassung Deutschland

ZF Friedrichshafen

Information technology (including contracts) Tier 4

Latham & Watkins LLP's IT practice led by counsel Thies Deike builds upon the reach and reputation of the firm's data protection practice and the firm's multi-disciplinary advice to its M&A and PE clients. The portfolio is largely internationally orientated and consists of transactional projects with topics such as the drafting and negotiation of IT contracts and the development of apps. Fintech advice and the development of digital and online platforms are two other pillars of the practice.

Practice head(s):

Thies Deike

Key clients

Aliaxis S.A.

BillFront GmbH

Daimler AG

Toscafund Asset Management LLP

Internal investigations Tier 4

Latham & Watkins LLP's broad investigations practice has experienced an increase in instructions for more complex and cross-border internal investigations. Thomas Grützner, previously at Baker McKenzie, as well as data protection expert Tim Wybitul, previously at Hogan Lovells International LLP, joined the team in 2019. Markus Rieder, an experienced key contact particularly for industrial and automotive corporations, joined Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in January 2020.

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Stada Arzneimittel AG

Daimler AG

Scholz Holding GmbH

Knuddels GmbH & Co. KG

Allianz

The firm

High-end performance. Down-to-earth attitude.

Top-tier legal qualifications and professional expertise are a matter of course for Latham & Watkins – but its mission goes far beyond this. The firm places just as much value on authenticity, a down-to-earth approach and empathy. This is because it is convinced that the best solutions come from the combination of legal professionalism and social expertise.

The firm collaborates seamlessly across practice groups, nationally and internationally, and has the best experts on board. Clients value the firm’s ability to integrate into teams quickly and unpretentiously. This creates efficiency by putting the team in a position to do the right thing at the right time.

Those who pursue transparency from the beginning can act faster and more precisely. Latham & Watkins places a great deal of importance on open and sincere communication. This allows it to anticipate business opportunities, increase clients’ room to manoeuvre and achieve enduring solutions.

Providing the highest quality performance is its everyday business. The firm’s ability to go beyond sets it apart.

Latham & Watkins is the biggest law firm in the world (by revenue). It is one of the leading commercial law firms, both in Germany and worldwide.

Founded in Los Angeles in 1934, the firm now employs over 2,200 lawyers in 14 countries and 55 languages. In Germany, it has offices in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich, with approximately 170 lawyers.

Clients include international corporations, private equity firms, investors, banks, insurance companies and other financial service providers.

Areas of practice

Mergers and acquisitions: today’s transactions take place in highly dynamic globalised markets. Latham & Watkins combines professional excellence with agility and pragmatic action. Lawyers integrate into teams quickly and unpretentiously, and create economically sustainable solutions.

Corporate: clients are in good company – the corporate team partners with businesses to provide pragmatic support with a broad perspective on all corporate legal questions.

Private equity: complex transactions in the large and mid-cap segments require global clout and the ability to see the big picture. The firm combines speed, high competency and a team of outstanding personalities to develop sustainable solutions for clients.

Banking and finance: the firm attends to financing not only with an instinct for new trends and deep industry knowledge on both sides of the Atlantic, but also with efficiency and pragmatism.

Dispute resolution: in addition to professional expertise, strong personalities combining empathy and assertiveness are of critical importance to the firm when helping clients settle their disputes.

Restructuring and insolvency: crises are tests in which empathy, attitude and experience are equally critical for the achievement of quantifiable results. The firm believes that in restructurings, the thorough consideration of all factors is the main indicator of true success.

For more information about the firm’s practice areas and industry groups please go to www.lw.com.

Department Name Email Telephone
Antitrust, competition and state aid
Banking and finance
Capital markets (including high-yield)
Compliance and white-collar
Corporate and M&A
Dispute resolution
Employment and benefits
Financial regulation
Healthcare
Intellectual property
International arbitration
IT/outsourcing
Litigation
Private equity
Public/environment
Real estate
Restructuring and insolvency
Tax
Photo Name Position Profile
 Frank Bierwirth  photo Frank Bierwirth
 Susanne Decker  photo Susanne Decker
 Thies Deike  photo Thies Deike
 Oliver Felsenstein  photo Oliver Felsenstein
 Mathias Fischer  photo Mathias Fischer
 Cora Grannemann  photo Cora Grannemann
 Joachim Grittmann  photo Joachim Grittmann
 Alexandra E Hagelüken  photo Alexandra E Hagelüken
 Markus E Krüger  photo Markus E Krüger
 Alexander Lentz  photo Alexander Lentz
 Volker Schäfer  photo Volker Schäfer
 Axel Schiemann  photo Axel Schiemann
 Leif U Schrader  photo Leif U Schrader
 Oliver Seiler  photo Oliver Seiler
 Georg Weidenbach  photo Georg Weidenbach
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in Germany : Approximately 170