Karl Hepp de Sevelinges is a partner at Jeantet, admitted to the Paris, Frankfurt (Rechtsanwalt) and New York (FLC) bars.
Specialized in mergers and acquisitions, he advises industrial companies, financial institutions and international funds, particularly German-speaking ones, on their investments in France. Karl has significant experience in corporate acquisitions and reorganizations, and advises French and International listed and non-listed companies.
He leads a team of international lawyers specializing in cross border M&A and private equity, all of whom speak three languages (English, French and German).
He is also Co-Managing Partner of Jeantet.
Lawyer since : 1998
Bar. : Paris - Frankfurt am Main - New York
Language(s) : French - English - German
- 2nd State Exam (Rechtsanwalt)
- 1st State Exam, Law
- Master’s Degree in Law – University of Nancy 2, 1992
Member of :
- International Bar Association (IBA)
- American Bar Association (ABA)
- Foreign investment control deserves greater transparency – L’Agefi, 08/06/2023 – Quote by Karl Hepp de Sevelinges and Ruben Koslar
- MergerMarket: European Legal Advisory Viewer: AI ascendancy offers activity hotspot as watchdog expertise drives mandate wins
- Control of foreign investments in France: continuity, but a delicate balance between sovereignty and attractiveness – Le Monde du droit, 10/05/2023
- Recent case law of the Court of Cassation concerning a “Distress M&A” transaction: good news for the transferring shareholders, but vigilance is still required! – Le Monde du droit, 12/04/2023
- France : Investing In… 2023 guide – Chambers, 2023
- Global Legal Insights – Energy 2023, Chapter France, 2023
- Mergers And Acquisitions Due Diligence Questionnaire – France – ABA, Seconde Edition, 2022
- The Renewable Energy Law Review: France – The Law Reviews, 2021
- Les nouvelles règles du jeu en matière M&A – Table ronde – NextStep, 25/11/2021
- Jeantet advises Inventory Planner on its sale to the Brightpearl Group
- Flash German Desk – January 2021
- International successions: the Court of Cassation takes position