Erdem & Erdem is an international law firm dedicated to providing practical business solutions to a diverse range of clients, particularly in cross-border business transactions, M&As, corporate restructuring and governance, international contracts, corporate finance, project finance, energy/renewable energy, privatizations and PPPs, private equity investments, capital markets, competition and antitrust law, litigation, execution and bankruptcy, and international arbitration.
The Erdem & Erdem team has a breadth of experience and advises a diversified network of local and global clientele from different regions and cultures. The team’s experience is a key asset to its clients, as well as its solution-focused approach. The team’s clients are increasingly seeking to engage in cross-border investments, and turning to Erdem & Erdem to manage their most complex and multi-layered landmark projects with developing international business in a wide range of sectors, including private equity and greenfield investments, maritime transport and port development/management, infrastructure, energy and renewables, mining and metals, petrochemicals, real estate and construction, heavy industries, cement, retail, e-commerce, telecommunications, automotive supply and the manufacturing industry. These are unique business environments and require extensive regional expertise and geographic familiarity, and a highly skilled and experienced team with highest business intelligence and acumen.
Erdem & Erdem is listed among the best 100 law firms worldwide in international arbitration, as one of the two law firms from Turkey selected by GAR100.
Erdem & Erdem was selected as “The Best Infrastructure Legal Advisor, Europe” in 2016 by World Finance Legal Awards.
“Clients praise the capacity of the team as a whole and point to the abilities of the lawyers as a particular highlight of its work. As the head of legal at one of the world’s leading renewable energy firms says: ‘What I appreciate about them is the accuracy of their legal work, the promptness of their replies and accessibility of the lawyers’.”