We are part of a global network
Gleiss Lutz has excellent ties with leading independent law firms across Europe, and not only advises German firms on doing business in the region but also helps companies enter or expand their activities in the German market. Our lawyers bridge the gap between the respective legal and economic systems, helping our clients deal with the legal challenges of foreign markets and delivering a responsive and effective tailored service.
In Continental Europe, we have further developed a non-exclusive network with three other leading law firms: Chiomenti in Italy, Cuatrecasas in Spain and Portugal, and Gide in France.
Together, with 2,000 lawyers in 28 offices, we provide a full range of services, offering integrated advice to clients in complex cross-border transactions, international projects and litigation.
Our cooperation on joint projects strengthens our ability to provide seamless service. With this network, we can offer clients the best services in each country, as each of these firms is a leading independent law firm, with the same vision for client service: understanding clients’ needs, quick response, effective communication and business focus.
Gleiss Lutz advises Tiger Global on acquisition of stake in FinTech unicorn Mambu
Gleiss Lutz advises Metso Outotec on the sale of its aluminium business to REEL International
Gleiss Lutz advises INSPECS on its acquisition of the Eschenbach Group
Gleiss Lutz advises Conzzeta in connection with sale of FoamPartner to Recticel
Gleiss Lutz advises Alcentra in connection with financing and restructuring of the Arwe Group
Gleiss Lutz advises Sulzer AG on the acquisition of medical technology company Haselmeier
Gleiss Lutz advises ASML on its acquisition of Berliner Glas Group
Gleiss Lutz advises Apax Partners on the acquisition of Contraload by their portfolio company Tosca
Gleiss Lutz advises Gerry Weber’s owners Robus and Whitebox on the agreement of a plan for dealing with the consequences of the coronavirus crisis
Gleiss Lutz advises Nord Stream AG in proceedings for derogation from regulation