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Year of establishment
The English part of the firm was established in 1838. In 1920 it merged with Paines, creating Linklaters & Paines.
The German part of the firm originated in 1908 in Cologne. It was established in 1995 following several mergers with, among others, Rädler Raupach, a law firm primarily focused on tax and commercial law matters.
Linklaters Germany was finally established on 15 January 2001, following a merger between Oppenhoff & Rädler (Germany) and Linklaters (England).
Linklaters LLP is a leading law firm on a domestic and global level, with 30 offices in 20 countries. 2,300 lawyers, tax advisers, auditors, and notaries provide advice to leading international companies and financial institutions on complex issues relating to commercial, banking and tax law. By offering innovative, multi-disciplinary and industry-specific solutions, Linklaters assists its clients in implementing their strategies at any place and time.
This includes advice on traditional commercial law matters as well as expertise provided by in international industry- and sector-specific teams.
In Germany, Linklaters advises on issues governed by German, English and U.S. law.