Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised the Hensoldt group (“Hensoldt”), leading German manufacturer of defence technology, on establishing a joint venture in advanced 3D printing systems with Israel-based Nano Dimension.
Following an earlier collaboration in 2019, the partners will work together on technology in the area of printed and additively manufactured electronics.
The WFW Germany Corporate team that advised Hensoldt was led by Frankfurt Partner Dr Christoph Naumann. He was supported by Associates Matthias Strecker and Dr Marius Rothermund. In Hamburg, Partner Dr Andreas Wiegreffe and Managing Associate Nora Fleischhauer advised on employment law matters, and Partner Dr Christine Bader and Associate Paul Philipp Greef on the merger and foreign investment control aspects of the deal. Counsel Torge Rademacher and Associate Desideria-Alexia Pohl provided intellectual property law expertise.