The Law Firm with Vision and High Personal Commitment

 

SOLEOS is a nationwide acting law firm with a proven network of qualified cooperation partners both in Germany and abroad.

We advise nationally and internationally active business enterprises, including listed companies, such as enterprises from the financial services sector, open-end and closed-end funds, energy, film, media and software companies. In addition, we advise clients in the structuring and implementation of private and corporate successions.

Key areas of activity

Corporate Law and
M&A Transactions

Capital Market and
Capital Investment Law

Litigation and
Interim Relief

Structuring of Contracts
for Corporations

Private and Corporate
Succession in Property Rights

Alternative
Dispute Resolution

What our clients say:

The leading support of our financing rounds by SOLEOS was a real benchmark for professional and service-oriented legal services.“
Christoph Ostermann, CEO and Managing Director, sonnen GmbH, Wildpoldsried

Time and again, we appreciate SOLEOS for their tremendous commitment, efficiency and target-oriented working style.”
Oliver Schindel, Head of Central Legal Department, msg systems AG, Munich

SOLEOS is a reliable partner which makes us feel perfectly comfortable both professionally and at a personal level.”
Tita Korytowski, Managing Director, Infafilm GmbH, Munich

“Besides their outstanding legal expertise, SOLEOS stand out by their economic understanding and an entrepreneurial perspective.”
Jens Hartmann, Managing Director, Deutsche Fonds Holding GmbH, Stuttgart

“At SOLEOS we can always count on quick reactions as well as the well-founded and precise handling of a case.”
Dr. Christine Zundl, Head of Legal/Energy and Financial Market Division, Stadtwerke München GmbH

“Especially in the event of legal problems, we attach great importance to competent and practice-oriented solutions. This is why SOLEOS will always be a key contact for us.”
Thomas Oliver Müller, CEO Deutsche Finance Group, Munich

“To me, working together for 20 years means precision, expertise and reliability.”
Stefan Vilsmeier, CEO Brainlab AG, Munich

“Many years of close cooperation with SOLEOS proved that their lawyers understand our concerns very well and know our issues perfectly. They not only ask the right questions but also develop the right strategies thereof, which always helped us along so far.”
Marcus Böttger, Head of Ship Finance Harren & Partner Group, Bremen

News

Article by Christian Dohm on Related Party Transactions according to ARUG II in the HV-Magazin

The Act Implementing the Shareholder Rights Directive II (ARUG II) came into force on January 1, 2020. The regulations on related party transactions (RPT), applicable in companies listed on the regulated market, have been in force without any transitional provisions since January 1, 2020 - reason enough to take a closer look at these regulations...
News

New thresholds for reportable directors’ dealings

The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has raised, by way of a general decision effective since January 1, 2020, the thresholds for proprietary transactions to be reported by executives of listed companies and other notifiable issuers – so-called directors' dealings – from EUR 5,000.00 per calendar year to EUR 20,000.00. BaFin has...

Statutory Amendments in Money Laundering Prevention

As of January 1, 2020, some further significant changes to the German Money Laundering Act (GwG) came into force. Obligors under the GwG, who establish a new business relationship with a legal person, partnership or similar structures, such as trusts, have to identify their business partner by providing an official register extract or, if a...
News

Article by Christian Dohm on Related Party Transactions according to ARUG II in the HV-Magazin

The Act Implementing the Shareholder Rights Directive II (ARUG II) came into force on January 1, 2020. The regulations on related party transactions (RPT), applicable in companies listed on the regulated market, have been in force without any transitional provisions since January 1, 2020 - reason enough to take a closer look at these regulations...
News

New thresholds for reportable directors’ dealings

The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has raised, by way of a general decision effective since January 1, 2020, the thresholds for proprietary transactions to be reported by executives of listed companies and other notifiable issuers – so-called directors' dealings – from EUR 5,000.00 per calendar year to EUR 20,000.00. BaFin has...

Statutory Amendments in Money Laundering Prevention

As of January 1, 2020, some further significant changes to the German Money Laundering Act (GwG) came into force. Obligors under the GwG, who establish a new business relationship with a legal person, partnership or similar structures, such as trusts, have to identify their business partner by providing an official register extract or, if a...
News

Article by Christian Dohm on Related Party Transactions according to ARUG II in the HV-Magazin

The Act Implementing the Shareholder Rights Directive II (ARUG II) came into force on January 1, 2020. The regulations on related party transactions (RPT), applicable in companies listed on the regulated market, have been in force without any transitional provisions since January 1, 2020 - reason enough to take a closer look at these regulations...
News

New thresholds for reportable directors’ dealings

The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has raised, by way of a general decision effective since January 1, 2020, the thresholds for proprietary transactions to be reported by executives of listed companies and other notifiable issuers – so-called directors' dealings – from EUR 5,000.00 per calendar year to EUR 20,000.00. BaFin has...

Statutory Amendments in Money Laundering Prevention

As of January 1, 2020, some further significant changes to the German Money Laundering Act (GwG) came into force. Obligors under the GwG, who establish a new business relationship with a legal person, partnership or similar structures, such as trusts, have to identify their business partner by providing an official register extract or, if a...