We advise corporate clients on labour, business and corporate law, banking regulations and property matters. We structure in- vestments and give support to investors in their projects. We advise on compliance in various industries (banking, pharma, FMCG, etc.). We provide due diligences, and oversee negotiations within M&A projects. We advise on cartel laws and risks of illicit state aid reimbursements.
In resolving disputes, we use our experience and modern techniques to encompass the entire business and other previous rela- tions between parties, with the aim of getting a complete picture of the parties’ relations, needs and opportunities for a solution. We use out-of-court dispute resolution models, such as business mediation, bargaining, arbitration and expert arbitration, while bringing a case to a court and insisting on a court dispute is applied only when necessary. Our aim is to reach a final resolution of a dispute within foreseeable time and funds framework for our clients.
We advise businesses on labour law and resolve conflicts in labour relations before they evolve into a court dispute. We carry out negotiations and business mediation during employment terminations, employee’s discrimination and mobbing complaints, and in cases of other imbalances in labour relations. We advise on atypical work (working through agencies, service contracts or as interns). We advise on foreigners’ work, reassignment of local employees, and issues of salaries and other employment-related tax matters.
We review selling, distribution and franchise agreements and practices, and make sure that those are in line with competition law. We provide tutorials for employees working in sales, procurement and customer relation on effective response to illicit offers for creating a cartel, on issues with resale prices and promotional activities.
The firm has been established in 2008.
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