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In Germany, we combine the international strengths of our practice with a profound knowledge of the domestic legal market from our locations in Munich, Frankfurt and Hamburg. With our teams of lawyers, we cover the following areas of law: banking and finance; corporate, M&A and securities; private equity & venture capital; capital markets; employment and labour; real estate; insurance; tax; dispute resolution and litigation; intellectual property; financial restructuring and insolvency; regulation and investigations; business ethics and anti-corruption; and antitrust and competition.


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  • December 07, 2017

    ECJ approves the use of selective distribution systems to protect luxury images of products in Coty decision

    On 6 December 2017, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its preliminary ruling in Case C-230/16 Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH. The ECJ confirmed that a supplier of luxury goods may prohibit authorised retailers from selling its products on third party platforms, such as Amazon and eBay. This ruling brings much needed certainty for manufacturers seeking to protect the ‘luxury image’ of their luxury and prestige products through selective distribution systems.

  • December 04, 2017


    Welcome to the November 2017 issue of Legalseas.

  • December 01, 2017

    Arbeitsrecht Highlights

    nach der Bundestagswahl befinden sich die Parteien wie üblich in der Sondierungs- und Konsolidierungsphase – der Blick richtet sich in dieser Zeit noch nicht auf konkrete Gesetzesvorhaben, sondern auf die Bildung einer Regierungskoalition.

  • November 29, 2017

    Brexit survey: the impact on the foreign banking sector

    The financial services industry constitutes around 7 per cent of UK GDP, directly employs 1.1 million people (two-thirds of them outside London) and contributes a significant proportion of tax revenue to the UK. An important part of the industry is the banking sector, consisting of UK domestic banks and non-UK banks that have established themselves in the UK (many of which use the EU passport to conduct cross-border business).

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