Frankfurt-based Litigation partner Klaus Eyber is the recipient of Corporate INTL’s 2015 “Breach of Contract Lawyer of the Year” (Germany) award. Corporate INTL is a worldwide publication for business leaders, professional advisers and financial providers, and its independently researched awards honor professionals who demonstrate excellence in expertise and service.
Eyber, who is consistently recognized by Chambers Global, The Legal 500 Germany and JUVE German Commercial Law Firms, practices in both litigation and transactional areas. He has handled IPOs and mergers and acquisitions for major international companies, especially in the IT, telecommunications and financial services areas, and is particularly focused on damage compensation issues and forensic services.
Eyber excels in advising entities that have suffered substantial damage caused by fraud, tort, negligence, mismanagement or breach of contract. His representative work in this area includes representing a market-leading US telecommunication company in its international enforcement of multibillion damage claims against Turkish billionaire family Uzan and Turkish telecommunication company Telsim.
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