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Company law allows good and individual solutions, but also entails a risk of making the wrong choice.
The conclusion of contracts concerning, for example, the construction of new buildings, project development, commercial leases or the transfer of real property, requires an understanding of the contractual risks and the factoring of these risks.
Dealing with economic crime requires a high amount of professionalism, availability and a critical stance to the investigation. It is crucial that the right strategy is set as early as possible for the case to reach a successful outcome.
It can be difficult for companies to stay up-to-date with changes in employment law as well as developments in legal practice. Companies often need advice in connection with terminations of employment, the drafting of contracts, the amendment of terms of employment, staff policies, negotiations etc.
A sensitive approach is needed when advising families on family law, such as the challenges pertaining to custody of children, the drawing-up of wills and marriage contracts, legal separation and divorce, the division of property and the administration of estates of deceased persons.
Positive outcomes may be achieved in insolvency situations, even if the starting point is often a difficult one.
For both tortfeasors and claimants, it can be difficult to know where you stand in terms of the law of tort and insurance when losses occur.
Research, knowledge and good brands account for a substantial part of the value of companies. All these assets are important for a company’s competitiveness and growth. The need to protect these have never been greater.
For companies as well as private individuals, disputes can be draining both personally and financially, and they are often associated with a multitude of challenges.
A company transfer often involves substantial sums of money and other resources.