简.迪特曼律师 （RA Jan Dittmann）
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Consulting for Industria on Purchase of Project Development of Residential Area Hildegardis
Breaking new ground, Industria Wohnen, the real estate subsidiary of Germany‘s Degussa Bank, has formed the first investment company solely for the development of a closed plot of land. Given its ideal location within the Rhineland-Palatinate Capital of Mainz, plans call for these roughly 2.7 ha (6.7 ac) of land – which also happen to be the area of the former Hildegardis Hospital – to be developed into a residential district. In acquiring the project in late 2019, Industria went so far as to form a separate investment company for it. At a total investment of around EUR 165 mil. ($ 182 mil.), shares in the separate investment company are placed with institutional investors.
When acquiring the project, Industria relied on the advice of an expert team of lawyers from the HEUSSEN corporate law firm, headed by law firm Partner Christian Weinheimer.
H Sat advised on the sale of the Seemaxx outlet centre in Radolfzell
The Frankfurt asset manager Kintyre and the international financial group Quilvest Capital Partners have acquired the Seemaxx Outlet-Center as of December 20, 2019. The seller was the Swiss family office H Sat. 35,000 sqm of commercial space in Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, includes a factory outlet centre, logistics and storage facilities as well as the office building with boiler house. The parties have agreed not to disclose the sales price. The transaction was completed through the acquisition of Hesta Beteiligungs-GmbH (owner and operator of the property).
A team of the commercial law firm HEUSSEN led by Partners Dr. Jan Dittmann (construction and real estate law, Munich) and Dr. Elmar Bickert (partner, construction and real estate law, Berlin) provided legal support to H Sat during the sale.
Legal Advice for BlueRock Purchase of Telekom Subsidiary in Nuremberg
The BlueRock Fund has recently acquired the Nuremberg subsidiary of Telekom Deutschland GmbH. Putting it on the block was an American family office. Located in the office park Hansapark at Dieselstraße 43 in Nuremberg, the premises comprise 16,000 sqm of office, warehouse and technology space in total. Both parties involved agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
Legal advice for BlueRock on the purchase was provided by an expert team from the corporate law firm HEUSSEN headed by one of its partners, Dr. Jan Dittmann. Team members further included Bernhard Schex (Partner, public law), Dr. Johannes Weidelener, LL.M. (Partner, banking & finance laws) and Carsten Richter, LL.M. (Partner, real estate law).
Doctoral Award for Dr. Christina-Maria Leeb on the Subject Legal Tech
Dr. Christina-Maria Leeb, Research Assistant at HEUSSEN and member of the firm‘s IT/IP & Media Law Practice Group, was made recipient of the 2019 Doctoral Award of the Munich Bar Association for her doctoral thesis on the subject of digitation, legal technology and innovation as part of the exam und doctoral award celebrations hosted by the Faculty of Law of the University of Passau. Dr. Leeb’s centered her thesis on the idea of deliberately taking a very broad approach to creating a profile of requirements for the legal profession in light of present-day society’s reliance on information technology and supporting it with fundamental, jurisprudential arguments.
Navigating Seuffer Insolvency Through Labor Law Regulations
HEUSSEN renders its labor law services to insolvency administrator Dr. Tibor Braun during the sale of business operations of the insolvent Seuffer Group, consisting of Seuffer GmbH & Co. KG, Robert Seuffer GmbH & Co. KG and Seuffer CZ s.r.o. to investment management company Blantyre Capital Limited. The final acquirer is Advanced Sensor Technologies International (AST).
Axel J. Klasen, HEUSSEN Partner at the law firm’s Stuttgart office, rendered his full-range legal services throughout the insolvency proceedings and the entire transaction process. These included, amongst others, the preparations, negotiations and implementation of the balance of interests, social plans, transfer company, collective bargaining and individual dismissal protection lawsuits. Overall, his services have contributed to saving 300 jobs; that is, most of the jobs affected by the insolvency. The group furthermore retains its corporate headquarters in the German town of Calw.