25.06.2021 | Press releases

KPMG Law awarded many times by Best Lawyers

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft (KPMG Law) is represented in the current Best Lawyers ranking in cooperation with Handelsblatt by a total of 19 lawyers from a wide range of legal fields.

Many of the awarded attorneys are listed for more than one area of law, and 17 of them are on the list for the second time. KPMG Law-intern leads
Dr. Ulrich Thölke
who has received the award for the tenth time and is listed for Corporate Law, Health Care Law and Mergers & Acquisitions.
Dr. Stefan Middendorf
is being honored for the fifth time for Labor and Employment Law. In addition, Best Lawyers lists the following KPMG Law attorneys:

The U.S. publisher Best Lawyers is already publishing the 13th edition of its “Best Lawyers in Germany” ranking. The list is based on the peer review system, is updated annually and published in Handelsblatt.

Back in May, Wirtschaftswoche honored Dr. Christian Nordholtz in its “Wiwo Top Law Firms” ranking for the area of corporate law. Also in May, brandeins ranked KPMG Law “Best Commercial Law Firms” for the legal fields of compliance and tax law.

Mathias Oberndörfer, Managing Director of KPMG Law, is delighted about the many awards: “The recognition from the market reinforces our approach of clearly focusing on the needs of our clients. In this regard, the positive feedback is primarily due to the top performance and first-class legal advice that the lawyers provide every day. In this way, the entire team contributes to the success of KPMG Law. The legal advice is complemented by our broad multidisciplinarity as a major advantage over traditional law firms.”


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