Philipp Dietz, LL.M. (Edinburgh)

Philipp Dietz, LL.M. (Edinburgh)

Philipp Dietz, LL.M. (Edinburgh)

Cologne

T +49 221 9937 14224

Lawyer
Partner
Industries Energy , Information Tech & Telecommunications , China , India

Areas of Practice

Philipp Dietz is active in the area of Corporate/M&A and has advised on numerous mostly interna-tional M&A/Venture Capital transactions and joint ventures in the past. In the venture capital sector, Mr. Dietz advises investors as well as founders. He has particular expertise in the field of energy. Philipp Dietz has a clear focus on China and India.

Practices
Vita

Philipp Dietz studied law at the University of Bonn, Germany. He completed a Master's degree program in International Economic Law at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and carried out his traineeship at the Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany. Philipp Dietz worked at Luther's German Desk in New York for several months in 2007 and has been at Luther since 2004.

 

Honors and Distinctions
  • The Legal 500 (2018): Recommendation in the section "Company law and M&A - international medium-sized deals (EUR 100m - 500m)"
  • The Legal 500 (since 2016): Germany: Listed under "M&A - international medium-sized deals (EUR 100m - EUR 500m)"
Clients

  • Advising Mitsui on investment in Clevershuttle
  • Advising the Dutch Eneco Group on the acquisition of ChargeIT Mobility GmbH
  • Advising the Dutch Eneco Group on the acquisition of the green electricity supplier Licht-Blick
  • Advising MEAG on the acquisition of stake in STEAG-Fernwärme
  • Advising Just Energy Inc. on its market entry in Germany
  • Advising Capnamics Venture on various financing rounds
  • Advising Private Equity investor Avedon on the acquisition of dental laboratories
  • Advising agricultural machinery manufacturer Grimme on joint venture in India

Publications
Lectures
  • Damit Ihre Investition in Indien nicht ins Wasser fällt – Was Sie aus rechtlicher und regulatorischer Sicht beachten müssen, Wasser für Indien - Potenziale für unternehmerisches Engagement