Business law regulates the delicate balance between the entrepreneur’s freedom to conduct his business as he sees fit and the legal regulation of his activities – their rights and obligations.
It is a guideline that, among other things, regulates and determines legal personality, liability and responsibilities and must be applied again and again in concrete cases.
Rights and obligations as an entrepreneur
As an entrepreneur, you want your company to be and remain as profitable as possible. But whatever development your company goes through, it is important to know what rights and obligations you have in relation to, for example, your customers, service providers, suppliers, etc.
Where business is done, disputes may arise.
Corporate law is constantly changing. But how do you ensure that a dispute, large or small, can be properly resolved and – even better – prevented? The answer is simple: call in an expert at an early stage!
A corporate lawyer not only assists and advises in concluding contracts and conducting legal proceedings, but is also involved in strategic decision-making and in the day-to-day running of the company.
The corporate lawyers of ACG International have extensive knowledge and experience in the field of:
- Commercial contracts
- Shareholders’ agreements
- Directors’ liability
- Company law and company disputes (e.g. disputes between shareholders)
- Drawing up general terms and conditions
- Corporate governance
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Corporate litigation and arbitration
Commercial, corporate, labour and financial law
At ACG International you have come to the right place. Not only for drafting the necessary agreements, but also for highly experienced lawyers in various fields, such as commercial, corporate and labour law, but also in highly specialised areas such as financial law.
ACG International always has a tailor-made solution and adjusts the support to your needs and per case: from a single experienced lawyer to a team of specialists.
We help small and large entrepreneurs in an appropriate way – fitting the challenge, but also fitting the budget.
And should your company become involved in litigation – our head litigator and Managing Partner, Edith Nordmann is also an arbitrator herself and can therefore better understand how judges look at things than a “normal” lawyer and use this knowledge to your advantage!
In short: at ACG International you are at the right place for all your corporate law issues.
Contact us to find out directly what we can do for you.