DBRN Business Law mainly advises in the matters mentioned below. However, this list is not exhaustive and DBRN Business Law has an extensive network of experts in various fields. If you have a question that is not directly addressed under one of the mentioned areas of expertise, do not hesitate to contact DBRN Business Law, we will be happy to help you find a solution that best fits your legal needs.

DBRN Business Law assists its clients in the following matters:

  • Legal guidance in takeovers, mergers and divisions and other share transactions
  • Disputes between shareholders, directors, business managers, bondholders, third parties, etc.
  • Guiding general meetings and meetings of administrative bodies
  • Corporate governance
  • Corporate housekeeping
  • Drafting and review of various commercial agreements
  • Guidance in setting up distribution channels and commercial partnerships
  • Transfer of assets
  • E-commerce
  • Guidance in commercial negotiations
  • Insolvency proceedings, attachment measures, succession in case of bankruptcies
  • Guidance on various commercial disputes (non-competition clause, commercial rental, commercial agency, commission fees, etc.)
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  • Drafting and review of various credit agreements, management agreements, securities
  • Guidance in financial litigation
  • Transfer of insurance portfolios, guidance with the set-up of commission structures
  • Guidance in disputes with insurers, insurance intermediaries or policy holders
  • Advice in pension law (supplementary pensions)
  • Drafting and review of contracting and architects agreements
  • Guidance in construction disputes (contractor's liability, architect's liability, purchase of property, real estate agents, building violations)
  • Guidance on expertise process
  • Guidance on rental disputes and disputes between co-owners
  • Assisting clients in real property disputes
  • Coordination and follow-up of transactions and advice in various jurisdictions
  • General contract management and legal risk analysis of your commercial activities

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