Merge well – merge wisely: a German perspective | Haver & Mailänder Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaft mbB

Legal Briefing

In order to merge well, one must merge wisely. This requires the application of a two-step approach: First, a methodically conducted preparation of the filing by close interaction with all parties involved (both on factual and legal grounds), and secondly, a notification procedure which is handled in a responsible, transparent and trustworthy manner vis-à-vis the respective authority.

The waiting game

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Will opt-out competition actions shake up the dynamics of consumer claims facing major companies? A key court ruling awaits

The hard sell

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The Big Four’s assault on law continues to make headlines but are GCs buying it?

A change is gonna come

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After years in the shadows, more demanding employees, the #MeToo spotlight and new ways of working are putting employment law centre stage again

Heal thyself

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In a set-piece debate at this year’s Enterprise GC, we united senior GCs and law firm leaders to debate the future of the profession

Three perspectives on change

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As technology reshapes the legal industry, we interview three senior lawyers about their attempts to grapple with change at their companies

No alarms and no surprises

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A small but influential group of clients and law firms are leading a charge to restore healthy working practices in law, but will everyone play along with the Mindful Business Charter?

Corporations with benefits

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We take a look at the growing US phenomenon of enshrining public benefit goals into for-profit corporate charters