Kaye Scholer was once again recognized as a recommended law firm in the Frankfurt and Hesse region of Germany in the latest edition of the JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien, with the firm ranked in the areas of Litigation (Regional), Corporate/M&A (Regional), and Restructuring, PPP and Project Finance (Regional/National). We also achieved our first-ever ranking in the Restructuring (National) section, with the publication acknowledging the work done by Partner David von Saucken in increasing the practice’s visibility in Germany.
JUVE highlights Partners Annette Bödeker (Corporate), Ingrid Kalisch, Sandra Pfister (Finance), Wolfgang Leip (Patent Litigation) and Michael Weigel (Litigation) as “frequently recommended” lawyers with Klaus Eyber additionally recognized for his experience in Litigation.
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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