Dr Maurice Séché

Rechtsanwalt (Lawyer)
Practice Group: Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions
Practice Group: Capital Markets

Maurice Séché advises national and international groups and financial investors on both domestic and cross border transactions, in particular in the energy sector. M&A transactions, complex corporate restructurings, spin-offs and financial restructurings are central to his work. He has particular experience in advising listed companies.


  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Corporate
  • Spin-offs
  • Financial restructuring


  • studied medicine and law at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany)
  • Experience abroad: Singapore and London
  • Experience as lawyer at international law firms
  • At Noerr since 2014
  • Admitted to the Düsseldorf Chamber of Lawyers

Selected Projects

  • Retailer Kaufland on the acquisition of 88 supermarket sites from X+Bricks AG (2020)
  • comdirect Bank AG on the squeeze-out of minority shareholders and the merger with Commerzbank AG (2019/2020)
  • Schwarz Group on the acquisition of waste management group Tönsmeier (2018)
  • Steinhoff/LiVest on the sale of the LiVest participation in the retailer POCO to the Austrian XXXLutz-retailer group (2018)
  • Bayer AG on the sale of its digital farming business to BASF SE (2018)
  • Intelligent Apps (member of Daimler Group) on the acquisition of Taxibeat, the Greek market leader in app-based taxi booking (2017)
  • CN’Air SAS (member of Compagnie du Rhône S.A. group) on the acquisition of a wind farm project in northwestern Germany and establishing a holding and joint venture structure (2016)
  • Hexion Inc. on the sale of its European foundry book of business to ASK GmbH (2015)
  • Nordic Hotels AG on the sale of a portfolio of 25 hotels with a total capacity of 1,816 rooms to the Louvre Hotels Group (2015)
  • Deutsche Telekom on the acquisition of 7,700 mobile network sites from Telefónica and E-Plus (2015)

Selected Publications

  • Zur gerichtlichen Ergänzung des Aufsichtsrats einer mitbestimmten AG bei konkurrierenden Anträgen (EWiR 2017)
  • Upstream-Sicherheiten und Kapitalerhaltung – Neues vom BGH (BB 2017)