Schoenherr's experts advise on legal questions concerning commercial contracts and consumer protection laws.
"Schoenherr have particularly impressed us with their flexibility, having the right CEE coverage and their business thinking. We saw very good teamwork across borders." Chambers
Every economic activity is based on a number of contracts, whether standard contracts, including general terms and conditions, or specially negotiated contracts. Not all business transactions always run smoothly, so that out-of-court and judicial disputes can also occur. At Schoenherr we have significant experience in advising clients in all these aspects of commercial law:
We advise on the establishment and structuring of new business operations as well as on the entire range of commercial activities.
Our dedicated team is especially skilled in drafting complex contracts and representing clients in contractual negotiations B2B.
We advise our clients during ongoing business operations in all matters relating to commercial contracts so that possible points of dispute can be identified at an early stage and solutions can be offered to avoid disputes.
We have the expertise necessary to minimise product liability risks for our clients and guide them safely through difficult situations. We also assist in setting up the necessary processes and structures (such as quality assurance systems), in the establishment of recall management systems and in preparing risk assessments. We take care of communications with the authorities, execute cross-border warnings and recalls and assist in official proceedings (e.g. fine proceedings), as well as in judicial proceedings on recourse claims.
We also represent our clients in related disputes, such as disputes relating to contractual law, liability cases, and cases involving recourse claims.
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