Our firm’s third German office is based in Munich, the Bavarian capital. One of the most commercially influential centers in Europe, Munich is second only to Frankfurt as a German financial hub. Munich has developed into a pivotal axis for industry resulting from its growing reputation in the high-tech sector.
Focal points of our Munich office are our investment management and procurement and portfolio management practices. Our team also has extensive experience in both M&A transactions within the industrial market and in private equity. An additional focus of our work is on corporate law for German and international corporations.
Our IP litigation and patent law practices also play important roles in light of the implementation of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) Agreement to enforce European patents across Europe.
Our Munich office works closely with the Berlin and Frankfurt offices to constitute a seamless German practice, advising comprehensively on national and international commercial law. The distinctive feature of our legal services is efficient transaction and project management combined with increased partner involvement. We advise international and German industrial companies, banks, and financial investors, as well as the public sector, comprehensively on commercial law.
- The 2020 Chambers Europe guide recognizes the firm as a leader in Germany in the areas of Corporate/M&A: Mid-Market; Public Law: Public Procurement/PPP; TMT: Media; and Transportation: Rail & Aviation Asset Finance.
- The German offices were recognized in the 2020 Legal 500 EMEA guide in the areas of Investment funds; Lending and borrowing; Corporate; M&A: mid-sized deals; Real estate; Entertainment; and Public Procurement.
- Four lawyers in our Munich office were named among the 2020 Best Lawyers in Germany.