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German independent Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek has posted strong financial results for a second successive year, with turnover up 8.5 per cent between 2010 and 2011.
Heuking Kühn said its revenue hit €94.9m in 2011, up from €87.5m the previous year (15 February 2011). Turnover has grown by €15m in just two years.
The firm continued to expand its headcount and market presence during 2011. In October Heuking Kühn announced a cooperation agreement with Chinese firm Global Law Office (10 October 2011). The firm also hired partners including Beiten Burkhardt partner Günther Bredow (19 July 2011).
Managing partner Andreas Urban put the firm’s success down to continued investment in the quality of its service.
Heuking Kühn now employs around 250 lawyers across nine offices.