Keller Menz is proud to announce their listing in this year’s JUVE handbook - “German Commercial Law Firms 2015/2016”.
Seen as a leading source of “law firm news” in Germany, JUVE publications have been issued annually since 1998 and provide clients, as well as other commercial law firms, with reliable information about market changes, strengths and weaknesses of law firms and how they are developing in both Germany and abroad. The handbook provides an overview of roughly 800 commercial law firms, and their current market position in Germany.
To be listed, a firm must prove that it deals with complex legal matters of companies and/or individuals, and be a leader in the market.
Dr Christian Ley, Employment Lawyer at Keller Menz, comments: “It is a great achievement to be listed in the prestigious JUVE handbook and cements the high profile position of the Keller Menz employment law team in the German market”.
The handbook is published in both German and English.
Further recognition from in-house counsel
Keller Menz has also been listed in the handbook of “Kanzleimonitor.de 2015/2016” for employment law. Over 5 000 in-house lawyers from 950 companies are asked to participate in a survey annually which provides a reference guide enabling them to connect with law firms most suited to helping with their legal problems. In addition the guide enables potential clients to better understand the capability and professional standing of individual lawyers within firms.
JUVE (German only)
Kanzleimonitor (German only)
For more information on Keller Menz, visit their profile here.
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