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Dr. Claudia Nerius

Senior Manager

Location Leipzig
Münzgasse 2
04107 Leipzig

Tel.+49 341 - 225 72 525
Mobil+49 173 5764688

cnerius@kpmg-law.com

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Sectors

Consulting focus

Public Law:
EU state aid and subsidy law
Law of the health care industry
Higher education and science law

Corporate Law, M&A:
General corporate law
Succession and foundation law
Private equity and venture capital
Company purchase and sale

Qualifications

  • Attorney at Law
  • Dr. iur.
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Biography

As a senior manager, Claudia Nerius advises public sector clients throughout Germany on public commercial law and corporate law, as well as on the interfaces between these areas of law, from her office in Leipzig. She has many years of experience in providing comprehensive advice to public and private companies on corporate structuring and restructuring as well as reorganization projects.
A particular focus of her work is EU state aid law, on which she advises public sector clients, including public venture capital funds in their investment projects.
In addition, Claudia Nerius has also been active for many years in the field of foundation and non-profit law for founders as well as private foundations and public foundations.

Vita

  • Seit 2007 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2002-2007 BEITEN BURKHARDT Law Firm Ltd.
  • 2001-2002 KPMG Trust & Goerdeler
  • 2001 Admission to the bar
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