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Eversheds strengthens its expertise in the areas of M&A, antitrust and capital market law

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    16-01-2016

    Eversheds Switzerland strengthens its expertise with three new partners in the areas of M&A, antitrust and capital markets law.

    Daniel Bachmann (since 1 January 2016) specialises in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), succession planning and restructuring. His fields of expertise also include corporate law and all types of commercial contracts, in particular with regard to export and distribution. Daniel has extensive experience in national and international M&A projects and specialises in the project management of complex restructurings.

    Dr iur. Gerald Brei (from 1 February 2016) specialises in European, Swiss and German antitrust law. He also advises in the areas of procurement law, commercial administrative law and regulated markets. He is well versed in all relevant areas of antitrust law and can draw on a wealth of consulting experience spanning more than 20 years. He advises clients with regard to distribution and licensing agreements, conducts merger control proceedings, and represents companies in administrative and sanction proceedings initiated by antitrust authorities.

    Urs Reinwald (since 1 October 2015) Urs Reinwald’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), capital markets and corporate law. He has extensive experience in national and international M&A transactions and in capital market related matters such as initial public offerings (IPOs), capital increases and bond issuances. Urs also advises clients on compliance with stock exchange regulations and in all corporate law related matters, with a particular focus on shareholder meetings and corporate governance topics.

    Peter Haas, Managing Partner Eversheds Switzerland:

    ‘Thanks to the specialist expertise of our new partners, we have systematically developed and enhanced our capabilities in line with our global strategy. We look forward to extending our partnership and thus expanding in key business segments.’

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