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Noerr excelled at the Juve Awards

Noerr excelled at the Juve Awards in Frankfurt am Main in Germany on 23 October 2014, winning the awards as “Law firm of the Year” and “Law firm of the Year for M&A”.

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Noerr excelled at the Juve Awards in Frankfurt am Main in Germany on 23 October 2014, winning the awards as “Law firm of the Year” and “Law firm of the Year for M&A”.

With the opening of offices in London and in Brussels, Noerr impressively underlined its advance to become one of the top European law firms, is how the jury justified the awards. The law firm continuously improved access to renowned major companies and the corporate practice was prominent in high-profile transactions. The successes are the result of early strategic adjustments such as concentration on the regulated industries.

Noerr is regularly selected by the German and international specialist press for the successful progress of the law firm and the quality of its departments. Only recently, the British publisher Legalease selected the law firm in the “Legal Business Awards” as “International Firm of the Year 2014”. At the Juve Awards 2013, Noerr received, inter alia, the award as “Law firm of the Year for IT“. Currently, Noerr is nominated in the category “European Law Firm of the Year” at the British Legal Awards.

Noerr is one of the top European law firms with more than 500 professionals in Germany, Europe and the USA, in Slovakia celebrated its tenth anniversary. We deliver real value to our clients by devising and handling the right solutions to complex and sophisticated legal matters. The Noerr difference is our unique combination of legal excellence, creative thinking, international experience and in-depth industry knowledge.

For more information visit: www.noerr.com

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