Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised the majority shareholder of MOBOTIX AG on the sale of its block of shares to Konica Minolta Inc. MOBOTIX AG is a global provider of IP cameras and corresponding software.
Konica Minolta will purchase approximately 65% of the shares of MOBOTIX AG. The acquisition is subject to approval by the antitrust authorities.
The Norton Rose Fulbright team was led by Frankfurt partner Frank Peter Regelin and of counsel Christoph Friedrich Naumann, with assistance from partner Tino Duttiné (tax), of counsel Christoph Ritzer (IP/IT), of counsel Anja Lingscheid (employment), as well as partner Christian Filippitsch and of counsel Maria de Lasala Lobera (both antitrust). Additional support was provided by senior associate Oliver Polster and associate Klaus von Döhren (both corporate, M&A and securities).
MOBOTIX AG is a longstanding client of Norton Rose Fulbright.
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