GvW Graf von Westphalen has advised Miron Technologies on the acquisition of the personal dosimetry service facility (“AWST”) from Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt (GmbH) („HMGU“) in the context of an auction process.
Mirion Technologies (“Mirion”) with seat in San Ramon/California is a global leader in the provision of dosimeter services and the largest manufacturer of radiation measurement and detection technologies worldwide. The company with development and production facilities in North America, Europe and Asia offers innovative products and services for industries such as nuclear power plants, military and civil defense agencies, hospitals, universities and laboratory companies.
As an official measurement facility, AWST is responsible for monitoring and supporting around 175,000 people in the German federal states of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein who are exposed to radiation at work. It is the largest measurement facility in Europe, calculating around 1.8 million doses annually.
GvW Graf von Westphalen has advised Mirion under the lead of Munich based M&A partner Felix Wolf with a team comprised by Dr Markus Sachslehner (M&A), Dr Maren Mönchmeyer (Commercial), Dr Michael Herold, Tom Kleine Jäger (both IT & Data protection), Christian Kusulis (antitrust law), Christoph Hauptvogel, Anton Kastenmüller (both labour law), Dr Frank Tschesche, Dr Michael Engel (both tax law), Dr Dietrich Drömann, Dr Michael Kleiber, Birgit Lotz, Dr Ingrid Reichling (all public procurement law), Dr Gerd Schwendinger, Marian Niestedt, Nina Kunigk (all foreign trade law), Nicole Lindner, Niclas Langhans (both public law), Lutz Lamprecht, Hans-Joachim Lagier, Moritz Koch (all real estate law) and Dr Lothar Brandmair (radiation protection law).