International Law Firm Network Multilaw Mentioned by Chambers in “The Elite” and by The Lawyer in “Network of the Year”
Multilaw, one of the largest networks of independent law firms worldwide, has been chosen by Chambers and Partners for its third mention in the Chambers Global guide “The Elite”. This makes Multilaw one of only ten law firm networks to be listed among the best in the Chambers guide. The publisher bases its choice on thousands of interviews conducted among lawyers, law firms and businesses.
Around the same time, Multilaw has been awarded “Global Network of the Year 2017” by renowned British publication “The Lawyer”.
Legal Advice for BlueRock on Real Estate Acquisition
Gibraltar-based real estate fund BlueRock Fund has acquired three objects from the real estate portfolio of German management company Haus Ruhrort II Verwaltungsgesellschaft.
During its acquisition of the three objects, BlueRock received comprehensive legal advice from a team of the international corporate law firm HEUSSEN. Heading the team was Dr. Jan Dittmann (Partner, real estate law). Team members included Carsten Richter, LL.M., Dr. Simone Lutz (both Associates, tenancy law) and Bernhard Schex (Partner, public law).
Legal Advice for Schwermer on Sales Transaction
Heidi Chocolat Group AG, based in Zug/Switzerland has acquired tradition-steeped chocolate company Schwermer, based in Bad Wӧrishofen/Germany. Specializing in high-quality chocolate, the Heidi company belongs to the company Kex AG, which in turn is part of the Julius Meinl Group, which is based in Austria.
Throughout the transaction, the managing partners of Schwermer relied on the comprehensive legal advice of HEUSSEN attorneys Dr. Georg Anders and Cornelia Weber (both Partners, corporate law, Munich office).
Consulting for Real I.S. AG on Retail and Office Property Sale in Central Berlin
An investment company affiliated with Munich-based real estate investment company Real I.S. AG has sold roughly 8,500 sq. meters (almost 91,500 sq. ft.) of retail and office property to Truvia, a capital management company based in Frankfurt. The anchor tenant of the property is Swedish retail clothing company H&M. Designed by engineering company Kollhoff Architekten, the property was built in 1996 as part of the ensemble "Hofgarten am Gendarmenmarkt" (Courtyard at the Gendarmes’ Market).
New Talent for Construction & Real Estate Law Practice Group in Stuttgart
Attorney Roland Kahabka is set to join the HEUSSEN corporate law firm as partner at the firm’s Stuttgart Office on January 1st, 2017. A specialized attorney for construction and architectural law, Mr. Kahabka, 55, brings extensive experience in private building law, land law, architectural law and in construction litigation to the table. Add to that his special expertise in cases intersecting with real estate law, particularly those pertaining to real estate transactions. This makes Roland Kahabka, who had previously partnered with the Stuttgart law firm Diem & Partner, an excellent choice as new legal talent for HEUSSEN’s Construction & Real Estate Law Practice Group at its Stuttgart location.
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