DLA Piper has advised Heidelberger Druckmaschinen with a team internationally led by partner Benjamin Parameswaran. The core team also comprised counsel Philipp Clemens and senior associates Sophie von Mandelsloh and Friederike Rickers (all Corporate/M&A, Hamburg). Also involved were partners Henriette Norda (Employment), Verena Grentzenberg (IT/Data Protection), Sebastian Decker (Corporate/M&A, all Hamburg), Roland Maaß (Capital Markets), Mike Danielewsky (Restructuring), Marco Arteaga (Pensions), Burkhard Führmeyer (IPT), Semin O (Antitrust, all Frankfurt), Dr Thilo von Bodungen (Commercial), Jan Geert Meents (IT, both Munich), Jan Pohle (IT/Data Protection) and Kerstin Schnabel (Corporate, both Cologne), counsels Oliver Otto (Restructuring), Dennis Hog (Real Estate), Daniel Zapf (White Collar Crime), Sergej Bräuer (Antitrust, all Frankfurt), Thorsten Ammann (IT/Data Protection, Cologne), Susanne Weckbach (Commercial, Munich) and Annemarie Bloß (IPT, Hamburg), senior associates Mareike Schwedler, Martin Kaltwasser (both Restructuring), Juliane Hack (Capital Markets), Miray Kavruk (IPT, all Frankfurt), France Vehar (IT/Data Protection), Hubertus Neu (Corporate), Gregor Schroll (Competition, all Cologne), Liane Bednarz (Corporate/M&A, Hamburg), Michael Georg Ziegaus (Real Estate), Georg Haberkorn (Pensions), Olga Blaszczyk (Commercial), Fabian Hafenbrädl, Philippa Eggers (both IT) as well as associates Betina Fischer (Commercial, all Munich), Maximilian Seuß (Corporate/M&A), Katharina Pauls, David Schele (both IT/Data Protection, all Hamburg), Maximilian Dieler (Restructuring) and Alexander Rösch (Antitrust, both Frankfurt).
Swiss law firm Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte with partners Thomas Loher and Arlette Pfister as well as lawyer Marzel Wyden also advised on the transaction.
Heidelberger’s in house team was led by Sascha Donat (Head of M&A) and also comprised Rüdiger Jehn (M&A), Arthur Schneider (M&A) and Florian Zwoboda (Legal Counsel).