Corporate Law

Corporate structures can be both – highly complex and very simple. Since form follows function, there should always be good reasons for a sound operational design. We love to be sophisticated but we are always straightforward.

  • Choice of legal form and legal set-up
  • Draft of companies’ articles and by-laws
  • Preparation of, and legal support at, shareholders’ meetings
  • Transformation measures (mergers, split-offs, conversions)
  • Capital measures
  • Compliance / Corporate Governance
  • Employment contracts for management and executive board members
  • Legal counsel to directors and board members concerning duty of care
  • Directors’ liability
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Formation of corporate group structures (Domination agreements, Profit and Loss Transfer agreements / fiscal unity)