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We are one of the leading legal practices in Germany, with around 220 professional advisors, advising clients from our offices in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Munich.

Our continued growth and the awards we receive are measures of our success. But the true indicator is the trust our clients have in instructing us on groundbreaking transactions.

Our lawyers are highly qualified and recommended experts with a track record in all major areas of commercial and financial law. Their legal expertise and knowledge of key players and regulatory authorities provides a competitive edge for our clients and a service built on responsiveness, commercial sense and flexibility.

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Frankfurt am Main
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Allen & Overy stands for quality and innovation. In addition to our all-round expertise, transparency and building long-term relationships with our clients founded on mutual trust are the keys to our success.

 

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News: 06 NOVEMBER 2019

Allen & Overy advises Kendrion on acquiring INTORQ

Allen & Overy has advised Kendrion N.V. (Kendrion), headquartered in Zeist (Netherlands) on acquiring INTORQ GmbH & Co. KG (INTORQ), a German manufacturer of brakes and clutches.

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Publications: 31 OCTOBER 2019

Market update – legal developments in the German real estate market

Focus: "Berlin Rent Freeze" and Real Estate Transfer Tax Reform

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Publications: 25 OCTOBER 2019

Update on the German real estate transfer tax reform

Quite surprisingly, the members of the German government coalition (CDU/CSU and SPD) have agreed yesterday to not vote on the German real estate transfer tax (RETT) reform in the German Bundestag this week as originally intended but to postpone the reform in order to further analyse and discuss the provisions of the draft bill.

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Publications: 09 OCTOBER 2019

New EU Whistleblower Directive adopted – scandals necessitated reforms

Whistleblowers have been making headlines almost every month these past years – and this follows a string of scandals such as LuxLeaks, Panama and the Paradise Papers as well as Dieselgate and Cambridge Analytica, which have exposed the limited assistance available for people seeking to expose wrongful corporate behaviour in the public interest.

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Steffen Mueller

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Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main
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