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Corporate law

We provide legal services in the area of corporate law. We especially handle legal disputes between partners, corporate due diligence, crisis management, corporate financing, bankruptcy resolution and liquidation of companies.

 

What we do

Sale and purchase of companies

We guide our clients through the process of sale and purchase of businesses, whether they wish to sell the whole company or just some of its divisions, assets, shares or units, or whether they intend to merge with or acquire another entity.

Our services include:

  • due diligence

  • drafting and structuring of purchase agreements

  • participation in negotiations

  • representation in disputes

Disputes between partners, shareholders, competitors

Business co-ownership often entails a high risk of various legal disputes.

Business disputes include not only disputes between businesses, but also internal disputes between partners, shareholders or other parties within the company. Unless they are timely and properly resolved, these disputes may become extremely costly and even lead to an end of the business.

Our lawyers resolve external and internal business disputes, including the following:

  • disputes between partners and shareholders

  • unfair business practices

  • business frauds / embezzlements

  • court dissolution of business entities

  • disputes with the management

  • breach of obligation of the trustee

Corporate structure

The structure of a real estate and business transaction is essential to ensure the satisfaction of the expectations and interests of all parties involved, from developers to investors in shares or owners.

We offer a wide range of services in this area:

  • assistance in structuring of developer and investor entities

  • drafting of business plans

We have extensive experience with a great range of options available when choosing the relevant entity, including joint ventures, limited partnership companies, limited liability companies and other corporations. Each of these entities has many options to manage various financial, operational and tax objectives. These options need to be carefully considered in order to prevent future disputes.