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Eva-Maria Lange focuses her practice on investigations and white collar defense, particularly in the areas of compliance matters, sanctions, and export controls.

Eva-Maria advises clients on internal investigations, the management of compliance crises, and the implementation, further development, and effectiveness review of compliance programs and on foreign trade matters involving sanctions and export controls.

She has assisted in internal investigations for international companies related to allegations of corruption, anti-money laundering, fraud, and breach of trust. She has experience in foreign trade law, with a focus on exports to third countries and sanctions-related questions, and in a wide range of industries, including automotive, technology, and chemicals.

Before joining Jones Day in 2022, Eva-Maria worked as a legal clerk at international commercial law firms where she focused on M&A, labor law, and compliance. She also gained experience in international commercial trade law while studying at Tsinghua University in Beijing.


  • Valmet acquires process gas chromatography business of Siemens AGJones Day advised Valmet Oyj in the €102.5 million acquisition of the process gas chromatography business of Siemens AG.
  • GfK sells European Consumer Panel (GfK CP) business to YouGovJones Day advised GfK SE in the €315 million sale of its European Consumer Panel business (GfK CP) to YouGov PLC, a leading international online research data and analytics technology group headquartered in the United Kingdom and listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: YOU).
  • Real Alloy sells European business to SpeiraJones Day advised Real Alloy Holding, LLC in the sale of its European aluminum and magnesium recycling operations to Speira GmbH, an affiliate of KPS Capital Partners.
  • Ansys acquires automotive simulation channel partner DYNAmoreJones Day is representing Ansys, Inc. in the acquisition of the DYNAmore business (“DYNAmore”), a Stuttgart, Germany-headquartered company who has historically distributed Ansys’ LS-DYNA crash test simulation software to virtually all major European car manufacturers.