Nature of practice and clients
Gleiss Lutz is one of Germany's leading full service law firms. The firm's success and reputation are based on its commitment to providing both top-quality advice and outstanding service to clients. As a full service firm, Gleiss Lutz provides lawyers recognised as true experts in their chosen fields. Their legal skills set the standard for the competition. The lawyers work in small, hand-picked teams that can be scaled up and down as required. As one of Germany's largest law firms, with over 300 lawyers, including 86 partners, the firm also has the necessary resources to manage even the most complex projects.
Gleiss Lutz is regularly involved in major cross-border projects and is counsel to a wide range of international clients. For example, the firm has advised on some of the largest cross-border M&A deals in recent years. Gleiss Lutz has built a strong and tested international network with leading law firms and lawyers across the globe. This flexible network enables the firm to put together international project teams, pooling expertise and know-how across borders tailored to the client’s needs.
Leading German and international businesses, including numerous DAX listed and Fortune 500 companies, major privately held companies and public authorities.
Main areas of practice
Banking/finance; capital markets; competition/antitrust; compliance; corporate; dispute resolution; employment; energy; IT; mergers and acquisitions; patents; private equity; product liability; public law; public procurement; real estate; restructuring; state aid; succession/foundations and trusts; tax; trade marks; unfair competition.
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