Having spearheaded Goodwin Procter’s London launch four years ago, City chair David Evans is keen to recreate the firm’s success over in Germany. For a start, there are many similarities between Goodwin Procter’s City opening and entry into the Frankfurt legal market.
The firm chose to hire [continued]partners to launch both offices, with the latter’s former German managing partner Peter Junghänel joined in Frankfurt by real estate partner Marc Bohne, finance partner Stephan Kock and private equity partner Lars Jessen.
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