Trade and Competition

In the age of digital commerce, international trade relations and competition are shaped by a variety of national and international regulations. Our experts advise our clients on all issues relating to national and cross-border trade in goods and services.

Particularly, cross-border trade in goods and services must meet these current challenges. A constantly changing legal and regulatory environment requires continuous adaptation. Legal contracts provide the foundation for smooth trade relations between the market players, as does how products are presented and the market presence.

Our approach

Our experts have many years of practical experience in assessing and implementing national and international trade and competition law. Our experts in commercial and corporate law and industrial property rights advise and represent companies in various sectors nationally and internationally both in court and out of court.

Our services

In the field of trade and competition, we offer you the following consulting services:

Drafting and negotiating contracts

  • Drafting and negotiating commercial contracts (national and international)
  • Commercial transactions, commission business, freight, and warehousing
  • Drafting and optimisation of general terms and conditions

Procurement and sales

  • Structuring of distribution channels (analogue and digital) and e-business platforms
  • Legal support in implementing leasing and other usage models

Support for marketing projects

  • Legal support for promotional campaigns
  • Conflict checks and legal reviews of industrial property rights
  • Legal support in implementing customer loyalty tools

Enforcement and defence of claims

  • Review of complaints by competitors and associations
  • Enforcement and defence of warnings and injunctions
  • Representation in legal proceedings

Contract management for owners of hospitals and nursing homes

  • Legal support and outsourcing in contract management
  • Adaptation of terms and conditions clauses to comply with current case law (national and international)

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