Legrand’s Acquisition of Ecotap

Loyens & Loeff assisted Legrand on the deal. Rutgers & Posch advised the selling shareholders of Ecotap.

Legrand acquired Ecotap from its shareholders.

 Ecotap, located in Boxtel, is a front-running Dutch specialist in alternating and direct-current electric vehicle chargers for homes, businesses and public charging points.

Loyens & Loeff assisted Legrand with Antoinette van der Hauw, Stijn Werdmölder, Bastiaan Cornelisse (Picture), Paulien van der Does Vos, Sandrine Lekkerkerker and Albert Heeling.

The Rutgers & Posch team consisted of Matthijs van den Broek and Justus Fortuyn.

Involved fees earner: Bastiaan Cornelisse – Loyens & Loeff; Albert Heeling – Loyens & Loeff; Sandrine Lekkerkerker – Loyens & Loeff; Paulien van der Does Vos – Loyens & Loeff; Antoinette van der Hauw – Loyens & Loeff; Koen van Middelaar – Loyens & Loeff; Stijn Werdmölder – Loyens & Loeff; Justus Fortuyn – Rutgers & Posch; Matthijs van den Broek – Rutgers & Posch;

Law Firms: Loyens & Loeff; Rutgers & Posch;

Clients: Ecotap; Legrand SA;

Naoual Sadouqi

Author: Naoual Sadouqi