Mayer Brown LLP
60323 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY OfficeView all offices
60323 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY
Telephone: +49-69 79 41-0
Fax: +49-69 79 41-100
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About this office:
The firm was formed as a result of the merger between the Frankfurt office of GAEDERTZ Rechtsanwälte and the U.S. law firm Mayer, Brown & Platt in April 2001 followed by the merger with the U.K. law firm Rowe & Maw in February 2002.
Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw has more than 1300 legal professionals in 13 offices located in Brussels, Charlotte, Chicago, Cologne, Frankfurt, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Manchester, New York, Palo Alto, Paris, Washington D.C.
The German offices, known under the firm of Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw Gaedertz, are located in Frankfurt am Main and Cologne. Admitted to practice in Germany, they handle Commercial and Corporate law with emphasis on Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking and Securities, Contracts, Corporate Taxation, Real Estate, Unfair Competition and Antitrust, Intellectual Property, Telecommunication and New Media, Product Liability, Labor, Food and Drug, EC law, Litigation and Arbitration.
Our lawyers have been advising locally-based and international clients in Germany for almost half a century. Our Frankfurt office combines in-depth knowledge of the German corporate and environment with the resources and expertise of a major international law firm.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Antitrust, Appellate, Asia, Bankruptcy, Biotech, Pharma & Life Science, Chemicals, Collateralized Debt Obligation, Company Secretarial, Construction & Engineering, Corporate & Securities, Corporate Governance, Derivatives, E-commerce, Emerging Companies, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Employee Share Incentives, Employment & Labour, Energy, Environment, Finance, Financial Services, Global Trade, Government, Government Contracts, Health Care, Information Technology, Insurance & Reinsurance, Intellectual Property, International Arbitration, Investment Management, Latin America, Legislative, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Natural Resources, Outsourcing, Pensions, PPP/PFI & Infrastructure, Private Equity, Private Investment Fund, Pro Bono, Professional Practices, Project Finance, Property Rights, Public Law, Rail, Real Estate, Regulated Industries, Restructuring & Insolvency, Securitisation, Tax Controversy & Transfer Pricing, Tax Transactions & Consulting, Telecommunications & Media, Venture & Technology, Wealth Management.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
German Insolvency Law - Overview of Insolvency Challenge Rights
Katharina Heßel,Malte Richter,Marco Wilhelm, September 12, 2014
The most important principle of the German insolvency law is the equal treatment of the creditors of the insolvency debtor. To satisfy their claims, the creditors are entitled to the debtor’s insolvency estate. The insolvency estate consists of the entire assets of the debtor which belong to...
Rough Waters Ahead: Non-Performing Shipping Loans - Solutions Are Available
Bill Amos,Simon G. Grieser,Frederick D. Hyman,Stuart McAlpine,Thomas A. Pugh, April 29, 2014
The global ship finance community is facing a number of issues given the high levels of secured shipping debt held by many banks in this community, which shipping companies are struggling to meet from operations suffering from surplus capacity and low demand. In addition to the major structural...
New Rules for Licence and other Technology Transfer Agreements in the EU
Kiran S. Desai,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt,Ulrich Worm, April 2, 2014
The European Commission has just published the definitive text of the new rules on the interface between technology transfer agreements and antitrust law. This article looks at the main changes made by the new law which are likely to have a particular impact on the life sciences industry.
Year Established: 1881
Languages: Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw Gaedertz corresponds in German, English and French. In addition, some of the firm's lawyers speak Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Czech, Polish, Hungarian and Russian.