The basis for all business success is flexible corporate structures that can be adapted quickly and easily as required – in case of changes in the company’s environment, for example. Particularly at times like these, it is essential that companies are agile and adaptable enough to successfully change their business model repeatedly.
To create resilient and practicable structures, companies need skilled and experienced specialists who create the optimum flexible organisation within the constraints of the prevailing legal environment. The legal foundation for such structures is set out in company and commercial law and other relevant legislation, such as the Limited Liability Companies Act (GmbH-Gesetz, GmbHG) and the Civil Code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch, BGB). From selecting the right legal form for your company at the time of formation – such as a UG (“entrepreneurial company” or “mini GmbH”), a GmbH (limited liability company) or an Aktiengesellschaft (public limited company) – company and commercial law determines all of the legal questions that arise in day-to-day business, through to corporate succession. Companies can use this framework to find the best structure and the best conditions for doing business with their partners. Experienced company and commercial law specialists help you address a whole range of questions and put your company on the best possible footing for the future.