Business relationships and contracts

Whoever wishes to enter into an agreement should conclude good contracts. Contractual law places the greatest challenges upon the skill and empirical knowledge of the attorney. Legal relationships often fail due to unfulfilled expectations. The function of a good contract is to bring the expectations of the contractual parties down to a sensible and workable scope and put them in writing through clear formulations.

Standard agreements provide this in the rarest of cases. Thus, it is better not to conclude any written agreement than to use an untested contractual text. Often, these agreements are then later turned around against the client instead of helping him. We would be glad to provide you with our comprehensive experience in the preparation of contracts and consult you about the development of corresponding negotiating strategies.

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