Doing/acquiring business in Germany

CLE March 29, 2020
Thursday, April 30rd • 1 PM ET – (1 CLE Credit )

Doing business/ acquisitions in Germany is obviously a wide-ranging topic and covers quite a number of legal aspects. We will start in the first Webinar with all aspects concerning Foreign Direct Investment (“FDI”) laws and regulations in Germany that are actually relevant for all non-European buyers of German enterprises in sector-specific areas and in non-sector specific areas above certain thresholds (depending on critical and non-critical infrastructure) pursuant to the Foreign Trade and Payments Act (Aussenwirtschaftsgesetz, “AWG”) and the Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (Aussenwirtschaftsverordnung, “AWVO”). Following Webinars will cover other M&A specific topics.

You can view the course materials here.
Presenter: Dirk Hamann,
Dr. Hamann, attorney at law since 1992, and long-standing partner in two of the international leading law firms before joining Rimon, first at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Hamburg, until 2014), second at Herbert Smith Freehills in Berlin (2014-2019), is one of the most distinctive and experienced corporate lawyers in Germany with a broad range of relevant international and domestic clients in various industry sectors. Read more.

CLE credits: This program is approved by the CA State Bar for 1 hour of CLE credit. NY bar members are also eligible for 1 CLE credit per course through NY’s Approved Jurisdiction Policy. Most other states also recognize CA accredited courses. If you would like credit in any other state, please check your local state bar’s regulations.

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