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Noerr. Just like any other law firm

Until you take a closer look.

Entrepreneurial Thinking

Noerr stands for excellence and an entrepreneurial approach. With highly experienced teams of strong characters, Noerr devises and implements solutions for the most complex and sophisticated legal challenges. United by a set of shared values, the firm’s 500+ professionals are driven by one goal: our client’s success.Listed groups and multinational companies, large and medium-sized family businesses as well as financial institutions and international investors all call on the firm.

Innovative Solutions

In complex and dynamic markets new approaches are regularly required – and delivered by experts who bring both the know-how and the necessary passion. This is precisely what Noerr excels at: implementing integrated and innovative solutions in the most efficient way.

Global Reach

As one of the leading European law firms, Noerr is also internationally renowned. With offices in eleven countries and a global network of top-ranked “best friends” law firms, Noerr is able to offer its clients truly cross-border advice. In addition, Noerr is the exclusive member firm in Germany for Lex Mundi, the world’s leading network of independent law firms with in-depth experience in 100+ countries worldwide.

Capacity in Central and Eastern Europe

Noerr has long had its own offices in all major Central and Eastern European capitals. The firm regularly advises on greenfield investments, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestments in Central and Eastern Europe by investors from all over the world. With more than 100 professionals, Noerr is one of the leading law firms in the region.

Offices

Alicante, Berlin, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London, Moscow, Munich, New York, Prague, Warsaw

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