Our internationally connected lawyers in Berlin and Frankfurt counsel clients on complex matters at the intersection of law, business and policy.


WilmerHale's German attorneys advise in integrated teams across our offices in North America, Europe and Asia at the very top of the legal profession, offering a cutting-edge blend of capabilities that equips them to handle cases of any complexity. With close ties to our office in Brussels/EU Practice, the de facto European Union capital, and its premier practices in European law and European regulation, our German Practice is well positioned to handle "bet the company" issues of the highest significance and help our international clients to reach their business goals in Germany and Europe. WilmerHale became one of the first US firms to open an office in Berlin, the capital of unified Germany, in 1993. With the 2008 addition of an office in Frankfurt, Germany's business and banking hub, the practice has harnessed WilmerHale's international strengths to provide legal representation critical to the success of our clients.

Contacts

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Seyfarth, Martin

Martin Seyfarth

Partner-in-Charge, Berlin Office

+49 30 20 22 64 30 (t)

martin.seyfarth@wilmerhale.com

Crones, Christian

Dr. Christian Crones

Partner-in-Charge, Frankfurt Office

+49 69 27 10 78 207 (t)

christian.crones@wilmerhale.com

Experience

Our practices include:

  • Antitrust and Competition, Merger Control
  • Bank and Capital Market Law
  • Compliance and Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Law
  • Financial Services
  • Intellectual Property Law (IP)
  • International Arbitration
  • International Trade, Investment and Market Access
  • Labor and Employment
  • Legal Strategy and Public Policy
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Public Commercial Law
  • Real Estate
  • Tax

We focus on the aviation/tourism, energy and telecommunications industries. In addition, we represent both domestic and foreign companies in the fields of technology and media, transport and logistics, as well as banks and financial services providers. Read about our cross-border investigations and compliance experience. For further information about the German practice, please also see our German language website.