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Ferdinand Fromholzer is a partner in the Munich office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He is Partner-in-Charge of the Munich office and a member of the firm’s corporate practice group.
Mr. Fromholzer focuses on corporate law and corporate governance matters, such as annual stockholder meetings and corporate structural measures, among others; M&A (public and private), with strategic and private equity investors; and compliance investigations, with a focus on duties and obligations of directors and officers.
Handelsblatt / Best Lawyers 2018/19 list him among the best lawyers in Germany for Corporate Law, M&A and Private Equity. The JUVE Handbook 2018/2019 recognizes him as “frequently recommended” and states clients who describe him as “excellent Lawyer with always creative and solution-oriented approaches” and as “very pragmatic and experienced.” He is also recommended by Legal 500 EMEA 2018 for Private Equity and Compliance.
Mr. Fromholzer regularly publishes on corporate law matters. Among others, he is co-author of the online legal commentary on the German Transformation Act (Beck OGK UmwG), published by Habersack/Wicke in 2018, and the chapter on Public Takeovers in the Private Equity Handbook, published by Eilers, Koffka, Mackensen in 2018.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Ferdinand Fromholzer was a corporate partner in the Munich office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer for more than a decade.
Mr. Fromholzer is fluent in German and English.
(*Includes experience prior to joining Gibson Dunn)
University of Regensburg - 1997 Dr. jur.
University of California - Berkeley - 1994 Master of Laws (LL.M.)
University of Regensburg - 1993 Law Degree
Germany - Rechtsanwalt