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Moritz-von-Schwind-Haus Bockenheimer Anlage 3
Frankfurt am Main, HE 60322
P +49 69 247 576 0
F +49 69 247 576 555
Located in the center of the Frankfurt financial district, the Curtis Frankfurt office provides full transactional practice capabilities with integrated and seamless service for the business needs of our clients in Germany and throughout the world. Established in 1990, the Frankfurt office is involved in cross-border and domestic transactions.
The Frankfurt-based Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions teams, as part of the firm's global practice in these areas, represent buyers and sellers, strategic and financial investors, and the management of small, mid-size and large companies. We are regularly engaged in both German domestic and multijurisdictional mergers and acquisitions for private and public companies. In addition, our attorneys advise on business set-ups, joint ventures, bankruptcy matters and restructurings, and general corporate and commercial law.
We offer advice to clients undertaking all types of banking, debt and equity capital markets transactions, including securities offerings and placements. Frankfurt lawyers who are part of the firm's Investment Management group advise clients on EU and German investment laws and regulations, including the structuring, documentation, operation, listing and registration of funds. A particular focus of the group is advising regulated institutional investors on all legal, regulatory and tax aspects of their global capital investments across all asset classes.
Our Real Estate lawyers in Frankfurt have the resources, experience and capabilities to deal with all aspects of complex commercial real estate transactions, both in a German domestic context and international and cross-border contexts.
We also offer tax services across the full range of commercial and financial transactions, including strategic advice for structuring, implementing and coordinating cross-border transactions. Our advice encompasses German domestic and international tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, investment management, corporate restructurings and real estate.
The office's labor law practitioners advise on all types of German labor law matters, including litigation and arbitration, and provide labor law support in a transactional context.
To ensure a consistently high level of service and the full benefit of our firm's resources and global reach, Curtis utilizes an integrated team approach across offices and practice groups, staffing many of our matters with lawyers in Frankfurt and our other offices. Although the office handles matters throughout Germany and the European Union, we also are well known for our experience in Dubai, Oman and Kazakhstan. Our Frankfurt office is composed of German-qualified lawyers, certified tax advisors and certified labor law practitioners. The office is a part of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, an English-registered limited liability partnership.
Marc V. Kramer
Mergers and Acquisitions
Banking and Finance
Commercial Disputes - Arbitration
Commercial Disputes - Litigation
Employment and Labor