• Competition Law
    • Berwind Group in numerous transactions, including the acquisition of Germany-based metal detection equipment maker Cassel Messtechnik and the acquisitions of industrial companys innomatec and WH Acquisitions.
    • CIT Group in relation to the sale of its European rail leasing business (NACCO) to German VTG AG for approximately US$1.05 billion and the related anti-trust remedy sale of Nacco's German and Luxembourg businesses.
    • Tönnies in various acquisitions before the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office.
    • A multinational company in a cartel investigation before the German Federal Cartel Office and the European Commission.
    • A global health care company in its acquisition of another multinational health care company.
    Corporate
    • Special Situations Venture Partners III (SSVP III) on its sale of nox NachtExpress to Groupe Sterne by way of an auction process.
    • Tönsmeier family on the auctioned sale of all of its shares in Tönsmeier Group, Germany’s fifth-largest waste disposal company, to GreenCycle, a Schwarz Group company; and the sale of Waste Paper Trade, a Dutch joint-venture on waste paper recycling, to Hong Kong-based Anhui Shanying Paper Group.
    • A Swiss family office in the sale of all of its shares in Smaato Holding AG, a leading global real-time advertising platform for mobile publishers and app developers.
    • Globally operating and listed Japanese ‎tier one automotive supplier with regard to the acquisition of two German tier one automotive suppliers and the post-acquisition group restructuring.
    • French software and electronic components group with regard to the acquisition of all shares in a German electronics components company.
    • U.S. based automotive supplier with regard to the acquisition of the German production site and pertaining assets from a European tier one automotive supplier.
    • Globally operating Japanese digital entertainment company with regard to its European cross-border restructuring.
    • Chinese conglomerate with regard to the acquisition of all shares in a German software and robotics company.
    • Chinese conglomerate with regard to the German law aspects of the acquisition of a leading Chinese company active in the field of the sale of virtual goods for online, browser and mobile games, particularly for massively multiplayer online role-playing games on a global scale.

    Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

    • Club des Affaires de la Hesse (deutsch-französischer Wirtschaftsklub Hessen)
    • KartellrechtsFORUM Frankfurt am Main e.V.
    • Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht