Noerr is continuing to expand its position as a leading independent law firm advising on complex national and international M&A transactions and corporate matters. Harald Selzner, Martin Neuhaus, Natalie Daghles and Rainer Wilke are four distinguished partners who are to join Noerr at its Dusseldorf office from Latham & Watkins. They will strengthen the Noerr Corporate/M&A practice group’s advisory services to large corporations, financial institutions and private equity investors in national and cross-border transactions and complex company law issues.
The four new Noerr partners are one of the most renowned corporate/M&A teams in Germany:
Harald Selzner (56) has substantial experience of advising DAX30 and other companies on their most challenging and transformative projects.
Martin Neuhaus (46) is one of the best-known names in the market providing advice on international and national transactions and to corporate bodies.
Natalie Daghles (39) is a highly regarded M&A specialist who assists clients in private and public takeovers.
Rainer Wilke (59) who is to become joint head of Noerr’s Dusseldorf office, is recognised for his transactional expertise and his experience in advising management boards and automotive clients.
The practice of the four new Noerr partners focuses on highly complex transactions and projects, including national and cross-border mergers, (public) takeovers, corporate restructuring, carve-out transactions and joint ventures. They also provide regular advice to listed companies on corporate governance topics. Their clients include DAX companies, major German and international corporations, private equity firms and other investors.
“Noerr stands for sustainable growth and the highest quality standards. With their established client relationships and high-end practice, our future partners complement us perfectly,” said co-managing partner Alexander Ritvay. “We will continue to advise our clients on complex and cross-jurisdictional transactions and to strategically grow our market share,” added co-managing partner Torsten Fett. “Our new partners have an impressive track record precisely in these areas and fit in ideally with our strategy.”
Noerr is one of the leading German and European law firms, with 500+ lawyers. Its Corporate/M&A practice group, which is held in high regard internationally, focuses on complex national and cross-border transactions and public takeovers and is growing dynamically.