Corporate Law

Corporate Lawyer Berlin

Business and Corporate Law covers every aspect of a business, from start-up to formation, operation, and management to acquisition, closure, or declaration of bankruptcy. Business law may sometimes concern you if you run a business or are involved in its operation.

Our attorneys can help you choose the best entity for your business. We advise you on the various tax classifications available for your new business. Running a business can be time-consuming, so legal formalities are often overlooked. We regularly advise our clients on best practices in complying with the law, limiting liability exposure, and avoiding litigation.

Corporate Law: What Is It

Business law sets out the rules that all businesses must follow and includes, among many other things, issues such as:

  • Contracts
  • Trusts and estates
  • Income tax
  • Securities law
  • Pensions and Benefits
  • Law of Companies and Business Organisations
  • Intellectual Property
  • Mediation and court support
  • Secure Transactions
  • Banks & Financial Institutions
  • Bankruptcy
  • Company formation
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Joint ventures
  • Compliance
  • Consulting

We help entrepreneurs, small businesses, mid-sized companies and large corporations achieve better deals, grow and avoid litigation. Whether you are an entrepreneur or the head of a large business, we can help you achieve your goals of starting or acquiring a company through a successful sale or succession. As attorneys in business and corporate law, we can improve the value of your deals, help you avoid costly mistakes, and preserve and improve the life of your company.

What are the first steps to take when setting up a business in Germany?

First, you need to have a clear idea of the type of business
you want to establish.

Your employees are the essence of your business. Ensuring their safety should be your priority, but you should also familiarize yourself with everything related to hiring and firing them, paying them, and withholding taxes. Also, if an employee is not performing as expected, you should know your legal options. This is why it becomes vital to establish protocols and sign contracts that spell out the mechanisms to be used in the event their dismissal becomes a necessity.

Why is corporate law important?

Every business owner should have a basic knowledge and understanding of business law. This will make them better at making decisions, defining acceptable or unacceptable behavior, knowing how to protect their employees and customers, and be prepared to set up mechanisms to resolve disputes.

You should also be aware that contracts will be involved in many aspects of your business, whether you need them with partners, employees, or customers. There are always a wide variety of legal issues that arise in the day-to-day running of a business. Working with a business lawyer will give you peace of mind and make you feel more comfortable when making decisions. You will also have a trusted advisor when identifying potential legal problems. You will also be able to understand the right of your business against other businesses or individuals.

Business contracts and agreements

Business contracts can be the most important part of any business transaction or formation. Contractual and business disputes can result in significant expenses due to business disputes and attorney fees. Our experienced business and corporate law attorneys help business owners prepare, review and negotiate written agreements.

  • Fraud by a business partner
  • Review of contracts and commercial agreements
  • Job creation and non-disclosure, non-compete agreements
  • Advice on corporate governance
  • Protection of intellectual property assets
  • Due diligence reviews




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