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We represent our German and international clients in disputes with the tax authorities during tax audits, in the run-up to judicial disputes and before the tax courts.
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- Acquisition structures and financing
- Cash pools
- Holding structures
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- Transfer pricing concepts (drafting and defense)
- Tax proceedings including mutual agreement procedures and arbitration proceedings
- Succession planning
- Real estate transfer tax
- Turnover tax
For the 17th edition of the ICLG - Corporate Tax 2021, our partners Marc Krischer and Dr. Gunnar Knorr wrote the chapter on German tax law. Read it here.
Corporate Law / Mergers & Acquisitions / Employment Law / Tax Law / Antitrust Law and Merger Control / IT Law and Data Protection / Dispute Resolution – Litigation – Arbitration Proceedings28.06.2022 News
Oppenhoff has extensively advised the long-established Munich-based bank August Lenz & Co. AG on the sale of its Payment Services division to Raisin Bank AG. With this acquisition, Raisin Bank is expanding its business areas as a banking-as-a-service provider further.
The International Comparative Legal Guide - Project Finance 2022 has now been published! Our colleagues Wolfgang Kotzur (Finance), Nefail Berjasevic (Insolvency), Marc Krischer (Tax) and Stephan Müller (Compliance / Foreign Trade) contributed the German chapter.
Oppenhoff has advised Schoofs Immobilien GmbH Frankfurt on the conclusion of a forward deal with the Irish investment fund manager Greenman and its Greenman Open fund. The shopping complex that is the subject matter of the contract is currently being built on an approx. 20,000 m² site at the foot of Montabaur Castle.