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Paul Hastings Relocates Frankfurt Office To Siesmayer Carrée

October 31, 2008

Frankfurt, Germany (October 31, 2008) Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP, a leading international law firm, is pleased to announce the move of its Frankfurt office to Siesmayer Carrée, located at Siesmayerstrasse 21, 60323 Frankfurt an Main, one of the City of Frankfurts historic landmarks and former home to the U.S. Consulate.  The move underscores the firms growing presence in the Frankfurt market and its growing presence throughout Europe.

Paul Hastings recently expanded its European presence with the opening of the Frankfurt office and its combination with leading German law firm Smeets Haas Wolff. Frankfurt marks the firms fifth European office and is comprised of 25 lawyers who advise clients on complex issues related to banking and finance, project and asset finance, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, real estate, and tax.

Germany, the largest economy in Europe, occupies a prominent place in the strategic growth of Paul Hastings, said Seth Zachary, Chairman of Paul Hastings. The Frankfurt office, complemented by our strong practices in London, Paris, Milan, and Brussels, has further enhanced our ability to serve our growing international client base.

The move of the Frankfurt office will continue Paul Hastings successful momentum into Europe, added Peter Smeets, chair of Paul Hastings Frankfurt office. We are excited about our move to this historic building and the growth it represents for our firm.

Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP is one of the world's leading law firms, with 1,300 lawyers in 18 international offices. Our practice breadth enables us to deliver innovative legal solutions to financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies. Please visit

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