Seitz advises ANEDIS shareholders in the sale of a majority share to broadband supplier BTV
The shareholders of ANEDIS group sold a majority share in the company to BTV Multimedia GmbH.
m.Doc GmbH receives significant investment with SEITZ
Seitz advises m.Doc GmbH on the investment of the Stuttgart-based publishing group Thieme.
Cannamedical Pharma GmbH receives 15 million investment with Seitz
Cannamedical Pharma GmbH has received a major investment from the US venture capital fund Orkila Capital.
Seitz supports the “Bund der Steuerzahler“ in model lawsuits against the solidarity surcharge as of 2020
The Solidarity Surcharge Act in its present form was introduced in 1995 to finance the costs of German reunification and still exists today. Since 1998, the tax rate has been 5.5% of income and corporation tax.
Deutsche Telekom Group acquires IT-Service company Goingsoft with the support of Seitz
Telekom Deutschland GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG, has acquired all shares in IT specialist Goingsoft GmbH.
Business Magazine Wirtschaftswoche nominates Seitz among top law firms for M&A in Germany
The current law firm ranking of WirtschaftsWoche lists seitz among the top law firms for legal advice in M&A transactions in Germany.
New retail giant: Karstadt and Kaufhof merge with Seitz
Germany’s large department store companies Karstadt and Kaufhof join forces. The Austrian owner of Karstadt, Signa, and the Canadian owner of Kaufhof, Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), have agreed on the merger. The new retail giant will hold 243 stores throughout Europe with 32,000 employees.
Seitz advises 360dialog GmbH on acquisition of majority stake by censhare AG
Seitz provided 360dialog GmbH with legal support on the acquisition of a majority stake in the company by censhare AG, one of the technologically leading providers of marketing cloud services.
PSA-Opel: Breakthrough in Opel restructuring with Seitz
Decisive breakthrough in Opel restructuring negotiations: Under Seitz' leadership, Opel has agreed a far-reaching restructuring package with the IG Metall union and Opel’s general works council.
Tough negotiations: Kaufhof relies on Seitz during its crisis
As reported by German news magazine Der Spiegel, a deficit of more than 100 million euros was incurred in the past fiscal year. Without drastic restructuring measures, the business could not have been continued for long.