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26.06.2017

Fifteen GSK partners recommended by Handelsblatt / Best Lawyers®

The 2018 edition of Best Lawyers Germany has been published in cooperation with the German Handelsblatt. With an additional three GSK partners listed for the first time, namely Andreas Bauer, Max Wilmanns and Olaf Schmechel, a total of fifteen GSK lawyers are recommended.

Best Lawyers - one of the oldest and most respected US-American peer-review publications in the legal profession –recommends the following fifteen GSK partners as leading experts in their field in Germany:

Dirk Brückner, Michael Eggersberger, Michael Jani, Holger Lampe, Olaf Schmechel, Gregor Seikel, Rainer Werum (all Real Estate), Stefan Koser (Real Estate Finance) as well as Oliver Moufang, Oda Wedemeyer (both Project Development/Construction), Andreas Bauer (M&A) and Justus Jansen (Dispute Resolution). Three GSK partners have been elected in two categories: Rainer Stockmann for his Real Estate and Corporate expertise, Peter Scherer for Banking Law and Regulatory and Max Wilmanns for Corporate and M&A.

An overview of the awarded GSK lawyers can be found in the download.

Best Lawyers claims to reach the largest and most targeted audience. The recommendations appear in more than 70 countries. All of the recommended GSK partners have been published in the German Handelsblatt, on 23 June 2017.

Background:
Best Lawyers researching team annually asks legal experts for their recommendation of external lawyers in case they are unable to take on a case due to a lack of time or an existing conflict. For more than 30 years the company has been publishing recommendations with the names of renowned commercial law experts in the US. For eight years the German ranking has been published in cooperation with the German Handelsblatt. All listed lawyers are asked to vote on both current listees and new nominees in their fields of expertise and metropolitan areas and/or states. Voters are allowed to provide comments, as well as grades, and are asked to vote only on lawyers whose work they know personally.