Germany: In a class of its own
Even at the height of the late 1990s rush to merge, Hengeler Mueller stayed true to its elitist principles and remained resolutely independent against all the odds. Richard Tromans finds out how the passage of time has treated this single-minded outfit
From its work in Germany on the landmark Daimler/Chrysler merger, to its representation of Goldman Sachs on Europe’s largest ever LBO, the Hengeler name has retained a certain cachet that has kept it apart from its Anglo-Saxon rivals.
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