• The Carlyle Group, as majority owner of Syniverse, in Syniverse’s $2.85 billion merger with special purpose acquisition company M3-Brigade Acquisition II Corp. resulting in Syniverse becoming a publicly traded company.
    • A U.S.-headquartered international internet domain registrar and web hosting company on corporation law aspects relating to its German subsidiaries.
    • The managing board of an international pharmaceutical corporation with headquarters in Germany on corporate governance under German Stock Corporation Law relating to compliance management.
    • The audit committee of the supervisory board of a multinational software corporation on corporate governance and board responsibility under German stock corporation law in connection with compliance management.
    • A multinational defence systems manufacturer on corporate law aspects of establishing an international consortium.
    • Mitsui on the considered acquisition of a business from a German multinational pharmaceutical company as part of its divestment in connection with its merger with a U.S. agrochemical biotechnology corporation.
    • A multinational metalworking corporation in the restructuring of its German group.
    • VINCI Energies in its acquisition of Converse Energy Projects (now Actemium Energy Projects or AEP) from Schneider Electric; AEP is a leading provider of turnkey industrial power distribution solutions in Germany.
    • Pitney Bowes in the sale of its global production mail business to Platinum Equity.
    • PJSC Polyus and its indirect subsidiary Polyus Finance in the listing of bonds on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the Stuttgart Stock Exchange.
    • Dover Corporation in its acquisition of Germany-based Ettlinger, a leading manufacturer of filtering solutions for the plastics recycling industry.
    • VINCI Energies in its acquisition of Horlemann Group.


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