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ACURIS Attorneys at Law Krieger Nöth Stahlberg Müller-Volbehr
(JUVE 2009–10)

Rating
The highly esteemed law firm in Munich advises primarily on corporate law.
With the new partner Dr. Hans-Christian Fink of Fink Schmädicke the firm has
even more partner-centered manpower to advise private equity funds like continuously Blue Cap on corporate law matters. Besides advising in smaller and medium-sized deals – for example for the permanent client Dr. Hönle – the firm is also active as an outsourced legal department. Dr. Fink’s contacts to the health sector afford interesting perspectives. The corporate lawyer
Dr. Thomas Wächter, however, has left the firm (own law firm Wächter and Kuss).

Development
The best base to accomplish the projected extension of the business transaction practice in small-sized deals is the establishment of leverage. The firm has recognized this necessary step and is now working on the intended personnel development.

Practice areas
Broad range of consulting services in corporate and commercial law / M&A, corporate finance, capital market law (with focus on funds), labor law
(amongst others also restructuring), litigation (including D&O-Liability) as well as company and property succession. Clients: Technology-corporations, German subsidiaries of well-known international companies, local medium-sized companies as well as small private equity funds (5 partners, 1 sal.-partner).

Extra Rating
ACURIS Attorneys at law were able to render services in the context of several transactions in the small- and mid-cap-sector. The firm is focused on medium-sized companies in and around Munich and smaller private equity funds. The focus further lies on the technology and the health sector.
 
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