Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office was ranked in the most recent edition of the JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien. The firm was recognized as a “recommended” firm in the Frankfurt region, with Partners Annette Bödeker, Ingrid Kalisch, Sandra Pfister, Wolfgang Leip and Michael Weigel all cited as “frequently recommended” individuals. The firm’s practice area rankings include Mergers & Acquisitions, with the addition of new Partner and Corporate practice head Annette Bödeker singled out as a particularly important advancement for the practice. Also recognized was the Dispute Resolution practice, for which Klaus Eyber and Michael Weigel are noted for “penetrating a wide range of industry sectors,” as well as the Project Finance practice, with Ingrid Kalisch named as an expert in the field.
JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien is an annual guide to German commercial law firms and the only book of its kind produced by German publishers for the German market. An editorial team interviews around 12,000 German and international lawyers and their clients for the publication, which presents and evaluates the services of over 600 law firms. It is also published in English as JUVE German Commercial Law Firms.
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