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Binder Grosswang Partner Joins Wolf Theiss

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Wolf Theiss has announced that Austrian Corporate/M&A Partner Michael Lind has left Binder Grosswang after five years to join the firm.

Before Binder Grosswang Lind spent five years with Schoenherr, and has experience with both Slaughter and May and Alston & Bird in London as well.

In a statement released by the firm, Wolf Theiss reports of Lind that, “in the first half of 2014, he was leading several deals, including the sale of SAP Consulting by Software AG [reported on by CEE Legal Matters on June 4, 2014], the take-over of immobilien.net by Scout 24 [reported on by CEE Legal Matters on May 30, 2014] and the sale of the Beauty and Personal Care Folding Carton Business by MeadWestvaco Group [reported on by CEE Legal Matters on June 4, 2014]."

Lind was quoted on the firm’s press release as saying that, "Wolf Theiss' outstanding record on advising in cross-border M&A transactions and their regional presence in CEE and SEE suits my main fields of interest.”  Wolf Theiss Managing Partner Erik Steger commented on the addition as well: "We are very glad to win such a dynamic colleague like Michael Lind. His addition to our M&A Team for Austria and CEE will only enhance the team's core competency – advising on complex and cross-border transactions."  


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