Noerr sets turnover record


By Melissa Lesh

27 March 2014 at 09:36 BST


In 2013, German law firm Noerr's turnover grew 12.3 per cent to €191m.

For 2013, Noerr's turnover grew by 12.3 percent. everything possible

Turnover in the German sector reached 15.2 per cent growth, whilst falling slightly in Central and Eastern European offices by about three per cent. Co-Speaker Dr. Tobias Burgers said: 'In recent years, we invested particularly strongly in our strategic business areas. The great demand of clients confirms our strategy.'  The firm saw strong growth in regulated industries like banks, energy, insurance and telecoms companies.

An increasing demand

Noerr claims its success also is due in part to its high-yield, high-profile clients and cases. The firm advised Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) on its merger with Hitachi, has handled Deutsche Bank’s litigation and advised Siemens on building and selling Rolls Royce Power Systems.  Burgers said: 'We are expecting increasing demand for our services in the current financial year too.'

 
   
 
 
 

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