20 Sep 2018 | 04:37 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed Dr Marc Salevic in Düsseldorf to strengthen its Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) team across Germany.
Marc Salevic will advise German and international companies, in particular energy suppliers and municipal utilities as well as local authorities in the area of regulation, especially in broadband network expansion, smart grids and smart metering. His focus is on the energy and telecommunications sectors.
Marc joins from PwC Legal.
"Complexities at the interface of TMT and regulation have become increasingly important in the course of digitalisation. This particularly applies to the consolidated telecommunications market and the energy sector," explains Dr Florian von Baum, Head of German TMT & Sourcing. "Marc Salevic's expertise enhances our ability to support clients in this increasingly challenging area."
Dr Thorsten Volz, Head of the Düsseldorf office of Pinsent Masons, adds: "Dr Salevic's expertise is complementary to our strategy and reflects our commitment to our sector focus. Marc's appointment represents further expansion of our integrated German TMT practice in Munich and Düsseldorf and our capacity to advise our clients from the North Rhine-Westphalia region on site in this area."
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