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Mayer Brown LLP 
60323 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY Office
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Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 35-37
60323 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY


Telephone: +49-69 79 41-0
Fax: +49-69 79 41-100
http://www.mayerbrown.com

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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:
Bank Asset Sale InitiativeBanking & Finance
Business & Technology SourcingChemicals
Construction & EngineeringCorporate & Securities
Employment & BenefitsEnergy
EnvironmentalFinancial Services Regulatory & Enforcement
Hospitality & LeisureIndia
Intellectual PropertyIsrael
Life SciencesLitigation & Dispute Resolution
Privacy & SecurityPrivate Investment Funds
Real EstateRestructuring, Bankruptcy & Insolvency
TaxTechnology, Media & Telecommunications


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.


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Outsourcing and External Funding of Pension Liabilities
Nicolas Rößler,Guido Zeppenfeld, April 13, 2015
Transferring and funding of pension liabilities is a topic of undiminished importance for corporates engaged in business in Germany. This White Paper provides a brief outline of the motivations and advantages of outsourcing of pension liabilities and explains some well proven structuring options.

Pension Scheme Funding in Germany
Nicolas Rößler,Guido Zeppenfeld, April 13, 2015
In Germany, an economy with 82 million people, funded occupational pension schemes are a comparatively rare phenomenon. Since the foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany, state pension provision has been very strong and occupational pensions have merely served as a supplement to state...

The German Federal Constitutional Court Declared the Inheritance Tax Law Not Fully Constitutional - Order of Continued Validity Until June 30, 2016
Ingo Kleutgens, February 26, 2015
In a judgement released on December 17, 2014 (1 BvL 21/12), the Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht - “BVerfG”) declared the applicable Inheritance and Gift Tax law partly (especially the exemption regulations for business assets) unconstitutional.




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.


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