Donnerstag, 19. Oktober 2017

  • Pressemitteilung BoxID 132924

BEITEN BURKHARDT focuses on broad-based competence

Munich, (lifePR) - The international law firm BEITEN BURKHARDT elected three new equity partners and 15 new salary partners with effect as of 1 January 2010. Altogether, 18 appointments are distributed among the six practice groups Labour Law, Corporate Law, Real Estate Law, M&A, Public Law/Procurement Law, and IP/IT/Media, leading to a significant enhancement in quality.

Such extensive distribution of new partners to the different practice groups is representative for the self-concept of BEITEN BURKHARDT, offering a broad and diversified range of advisory services in order to face the flexible challenges of the future. Thus, at the same time, entrepreneurial competences are encouraged in a targeted manner and the law firm's strategic orientation is strengthened as a full-service advisor.

This year's appointment of new partners covered almost all German and two of the foreign locations - another expression of the company-wide competence of BEITEN BURKHARDT which is based on the close co-operation of specialists at different locations and from all legal areas.

"With this election we have not only appreciated the excellent work of our colleagues but, at the same time, significantly reinforced the entrepreneurial quality of BEITEN BURKHARDT through an increasing individual responsibility on site", says Frank Obermann, Managing Partner of the law firm. "Thus, especially our strategy applies to face this economically challenging situation with a complex and wide range of advisory services through which we consider ourselves to be positioned in an optimal way towards the future", further states Mr Obermann.

The following lawyers were elected equity partners:

Marco Ferme works for more than six years as a specialist for labour law and has extensive experience, particularly, in connection with restructurings / redevelopments and regarding advice on state and private enterprises in the field of individual and collective labour law. Residing at the Munich office, in 2009, Mr Ferme advised several well-known companies from the automotive supplier industries, wholesale, food industry, banking & finance, and health care.

Dr. Dietmar Müller-Boruttau, active since 2007 as a labour law specialist at the Berlin office of BEITEN BURKHARDT, can look back on more than thirteen years of professional experience in the field of labour law - ten years of which at Linklaters LLP and its predecessor companies in Germany. He is specialised on the transaction-related and collective labour law related advice as well as the operational pension scheme of companies. Among his clients are listed companies in the area of banking & finance and the logistics sector as well as several corporate consulting firms and private equity companies. In the year 2009, Dr. Müller-Boruttau advised a federal state bank regarding a subsidiary's change of tariff as well as an automotive fast fitter company active throughout Germany on its reorganisation. Dr. Müller-Boruttau reinforces the Berlin labour law team established and successfully run for years by Dr. Puffe-Rausch.

Susanne Rademacher works since 2002 at BEITEN BURKHARDT in the field of corporate law heading, at the same time, the Beijing office. On the basis of her extensive international experience she focuses on the advice of companies with regard to establishment of company and restructuring, co-operations and CDM projects, drafting of agreement and contractual negotiations. Among her mandates of the year 2009 are mainly leading European companies in the fields of construction, energy, industry, technology, and tourism.

In addition, the following lawyers were elected salary partners:

- Dr. André Depping (Corporate Law, Munich)
- Martin Fink (Labour Law, Munich)
- Bianca Fronek (M&A, Frankfurt am Main)
- Dr. Sebastian Heim (IP/IT/Media, Munich)
- Dr. Andreas Hipke (Public Law/Procurement Law, Berlin)
- Torsten Jähnichen (Real Estate Law, Berlin)
- Kamil Karibov (Real Estate Law, Moscow)
- Dr. Daniel Kaut (M&A, Nuremberg)
- Dr. Beatrice Kolitz (Labour Law, Frankfurt am Main)
- Dr. Robert Lubitz (Labour Law, Munich)
- Markus Melcher (Real Estate Law, Berlin)
- Dr. Gerrit Ponath (Corporate Law, Frankfurt am Main)
- Angela Schilling (Labour Law, Frankfurt am Main)
- Sabine Schwarz (Labour Law, Munich)
- Dr. Michael L. Ultsch (Corporate Law, Munich)

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