We also provide competent advice in other legal areas
In addition to the four core competencies, our attorneys also have in-depth knowledge of other legal areas such as property law, private construction law, criminal and criminal procedural law, data protection law, family law, mediation and art law.
Property and private construction law
Our attorneys support our clients in various aspects concerning their properties. We are happy to advise you on buying or selling a property, transferring properties to a company or on the creation of condominium ownership. We draw up regulations for a condominium owners’ association and advise you when building on issues with architects and construction companies regarding their contracts for work and labour, construction worker liens, defect claims or on establishing or cancelling easements, usufructs, residency rights and other property issues. By involving our tax, inheritance and estate law teams, such issues can also be discussed with a view to the implications on inheritance, matrimonial property and tax law.
Criminal and criminal procedural law
A number of our attorneys have been working in criminal and criminal procedural law for many years and regularly represent accused or injured parties. They also undertake court appointed defences or advise on road traffic law, in particular.
Data protection law
The rapid development of information technology and global data exchange places an increased demand on the protection of personal data and privacy. National and international legislation demands companies of all sizes to take ever more far-reaching measures and precautions relating to data protection.
Our attorneys are happy to support you in ensuring data protection compliance within your company and to draw up data privacy statements as well as directories of processing activities or data protection contracts. We also advise you on the interfaces of employment law relating to internal regulations and measures, on the one hand to protect the personal rights of your employees and, on the other, to ensure legally compliant control of email and internet use.
We are happy to advise and represent you in family law matters, with temporary measures in the case of separation (marriage protection), divorce and its consequences under matrimonial property law, in amendment proceedings and in the event of maintenance and paternity issues, in particular. Be it in mediation or in search for an amicable agreement, in disputed situations in court or when enforcing decisions, our experts provide you with competent support at all times.
In the economic environment, different parties often interact with differently weighted interests, enter into contracts and are frequently mutually dependent, often for longer periods of time. It is better to achieve an independent and mutual solution to a conflict via negotiation rather than a long-lasting, costly and confrontational court case with an unknown outcome. It is therefore important to us to support companies and private individuals in resolving conflicts or take part in demanding negotiations as an intermediary also in the variant of the solution-oriented approach, be it for contractual issues, business strategies, restructuring, successions, inheritances, construction proceedings, tenancy arrangements or employment law matters.
Whether you are a buyer, seller, dealer or exhibitor of art or are yourself an artist (whether in the visual or performing arts, music or literature), we are happy to advise on all legal issues concerning your transactions and intellectual property rights. Our attorneys also have experience in legal structuring and supporting art collections and foundations with a national and international reputation.