It is not always possible to influence the terms of a contract. However, in any case you should know the practical consequences an agreement has for you in advance. Then you can calculate properly while improving you position in executing the contract. For problematic clauses, we will gladly assist in negotiation alternatives.
- Pointing out the practical consequences of the agreement
- Enabling economic calculations
- Identifying absolute „no-go“ clauses
- Highlighting mandatory formalisms
One party does not always have the opportunity to exert much influence on the terms of the contract. But you should at least know what to expect if, in the worst case, you ever have to assert your claims before a court or tribunal. We will show you these practical consequences of the individual provisions. With this knowledge, you can adjust your economic decisions (such as future investments) regarding the project accordingly, so that it is still profitable for you.
This often reveals contractual provisions that are unacceptable or simply impractical for the specific project. It is not uncommon for these to be outdated templates that can still be negotiated with the other side. We are happy to do this for you.
Many contracts also provide for formalisms that are then not always adhered to in reality. In the end, it has to be argued whether these contractual provisions nevertheless apply or not. This discussion alone creates uncertainty and costs resources. We therefore show you in advance what you need to consider in order to comply with the text of the contract. If this is not practicable, there is still an opportunity at this stage to find a sensible alternative with the other side.
Dispute resolution and applicable law clauses also play a special role. These are rarely negotiated in detail, but they have an enormous impact on the possibilities of enforcing your claims. Therefore, we particularly advise you on the economic aspects of future disputes, as the costs can vary massively depending on the wording of the clauses.
„Your interests are our highest priority. When it comes to contracts this means for us to think long term. With us you make sure to know what’s ahead of you and what to look out for.“
Dr. Michael Komuczky
- Drafting contracts
- Contract review
- Project planning and monitoring
- StartUp and business founding
- Last will and estate planning
- Formation of companies and foundations
- Generational change in companies