Comment: Recommended Frankfurt office, which has been operating under this name since it split from Mannheimer Swartling in November 2016. Its connections to Sweden can be seen in many of the clients, but Kallan also counts some Mittelstand companies among its client case, which it typically advises on strategic acquisitions. It also expanded its work, e.g. by cross-selling an employment case for Semcon to the M&A practice. Employment has become a central focus along with ?corporate.
Strengths: German-Scandinavian legal issues, advice on international inbound transactions.
Recommended: Oliver Cleblad.
Practice: Focus on advice to Scandinavian (esp. Swedish) companies and banks and their subsidiaries in Germany on restructuring, ?corporate and ( ?M&A). Also real estate transactions, employment, banking and environmental law. (2 equity partners, 1 salary partner, 2 counsel, 3 associates)
Clients: ?? Lindorff/Santander on purchasing a portfolio of non-performing consumer credit claims from Santander; Lindorff Group on purchase of the Hit-Inkasso Group; Reac on purchase of AAT Alber Antriebstechnik; Semcon on sale of engineering services branch to Valmet Automotive; Hexagon group on purchase of Apodius.
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