Hogan Lovells advises Mercedes-Benz on cooperation with ProLogium to develop solid-state battery cells

Led by Munich-based partners Nikolas Zirngibl and Patrick Ayad, international law firm Hogan Lovells has advised Mercedes-Benz AG on a technology partnership with ProLogium to develop next-generation solid-state battery cells.

As Mercedes-Benz announced, the company is investing a high two-digit million euro amount in the manufacturer of battery technologies. According to the company's press release, the first jointly developed solid-state batteries will be used in Mercedes-Benz test vehicles in the coming years.

Hogan Lovells has supported Mercedes-Benz throughout the entire engagement process and provided comprehensive legal advice on all issues relating to investment and cooperation.

Hogan Lovells team for Mercedes-Benz Group AG

Dr. Nikolas Zirngibl (Partner, Corporate M&A, Munich);

Andrew McGinty (Partner), Yang Li (Senior Associate) (both Corporate M&A, Hong Kong);

Aldo Boni de Nobili (Senior Associate, Corporate, Beijing);

Zhen (Katie) Feng (Partner), Yu-An Chang (Counsel), Sophie Huang (Associate) (all Intellectual Property, Shanghai);

Dr. Patrick Ayad (Partner), Sebastian Schnell (Counsel) (both Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation, Munich).

Inhouse Mercedes-Benz Group AG

Florian Stübel (Head of Legal M&A and Cooperations Technology & Venture), Michael Rebholz (Legal Counsel Legal M&A and Cooperations Technology & Venture), Oliver Haarer (Legal Procurement)


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