Comment: The nerve center of this recommended employment practice is in Cologne, which was underscored by an equity partner appointment here. But Görg also successfully drove growth in other offices. Salary partner Fülbier, who joined the Munich team two years ago, is building on employment advice, e.g. branching out from work for Gea subsidiaries to advise the corporate itself on company pensions. Hamburg, where an employment lawyer brought expertise in company pensions and work for corporates last year, is also making strides. This growth allows the practice to develop specialties alongside insolvency-related employment – for which Görg is well known but which accounts for an ever smaller portion of turnover – and gives it the critical size for more new work.
Strengths: Renowned restructuring and corporate rescue practice. Advice on civil service employment law.
Development potential: The planned growth at associate level would raise the leverage – a key requirement for giving the partners more space for strategic development, e.g. building internal networks and stand-alone work.
Recommended: Dr. Lars Nevian, Dr. Ralf Hottgenroth, Dr. Thomas Bezani, Dr. Marcus Richter (“sound expertise, very pragmatic and collegial”, competitor), Dr. Axel Dahms, Dr. Ulrich Fülbier.
Practice: Broad range of advice on the side of companies, with a focus on collective advice. Expertise on restructuring and corporate rescue, also advice to insolvency representatives and decision-making bodies ( ?insolvency and restructuring). Focus on the media sector, former state-owned companies and employment law related to churches. Company pensions and the supply of temporary workers. (8 equity partners, 1 salary partner, 1 counsel, 7 associates)
Clients: ?? Innight Express Germany on pan-European restructuring and integration of CAT; Logicalis on internal restructuring; Dannemann Cigarrenfabrik on closing subsidiary; Ungerer Group on acquisition arising from insolvency; Veolia Industriereinigung concerning restructuring agreement.
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