held jaguttis is a law firm which specializes in high-end legal advice on regulatory and public commercial law matters. Our clients include Dax-listed/blue chip companies, large and medium-sized companies, investors, associations, governmental institutions and NGOs. We assist them in responding to strategic challenges on national, European and international regulatory levels. Our focus is on complex questions relating to regulatory and public commercial law and on representing clients before courts and other authorities. We also pursue our clients’ interests on a political level and advise on regulatory aspects in M&A and IPO transactions. Our longstanding experience in leading international law firms, our highly developed and specialist expertise and our entrepreneurial understanding and commercial awareness ensure legal excellence.
held jaguttis advises on all aspects of public law, including, in particular, on regulated sectors, product and technology regulation, on foreign trade law and investment review proceedings, environmental law, building and planning law, the requirements for the use of natural resources, state aid and subsidies law and municipal and budgetary law. held jaguttis is active in the fields of German administrative and constitutional law, European law and international law.
Others about held jaguttis (quotes from the JUVE Handbook German Commercial Law Firms):
– “Legally excellent, very entrepreneurial, with an international focus”
– “First-rate competence”
– “Combines large law firm expertise with the advantages of a smaller unit”
held jaguttis has received numerous awards. held jaguttis has been listed as a renowned law firm in the prestigious JUVE Handbook of Commercial Law Firms for many years. held jaguttis has been recognized as a top business law firm by the German magazine FOCUS-Spezial. The Handelsblatt, Best Lawyers and the brand eins magazine have ranked the lawyers of held jaguttis several times among the best lawyers for the areas of environmental law and regulatory matters in Germany.