Commerce and Distribution
Acting with experience
We have traditionally counseled our clients across industrial sectors on all commercial and distribution law issues. From consumer electronics companies known all over the world to the development of consumer objects to food industry companies: All depend on the legally protected purchase and distribution of goods, often beyond national borders. On a regular basis, this also includes transport law problems. We provide our clients with support and are able to rely on the extensive experience of our legal specialists.
Our service offer
We advise our clients on drafting their contractual agreements. Our range of services includes purchase and distribution contracts as well as sales representative and agency contracts, commission contracts and transport and storage contracts. We prepare general business terms and conditions for our clients.
Advice on Direct Sales
If a subject matter is at the interface with employment law, we can quickly and reliably define the scope of the issue with the help of specialist attorneys.
We analyse your online distribution system and ensure that you are not a target for cease and desist letters from your competitors.
Defense Against Third-Party Claims
We defend our clients in all out of court and in court disputes. We are used to providing advice on transnational subject matters and evaluating internationally applicable legal standards – such as the UN Convention on Coracts for the International Sale of Goods – in a court of law. Whenever the emphasis is on purely foreign matters, we can rely on a network of international law firms that we have been working with for many years.
Dr. Fabian Ropohl
Dr. Philipp Herrmann
Conceptual design of legally approved distribution structures
Support of a joint venture project for the distribution of consumer goods. Initially, advice on establishing the company and on the conclusion of a customized partnership agreement. At the same time, development of contractual regulations for distribution that balance the interests of the newly founded corporation and the interests of shareholders, some of whom competed with one another.