Adbisio ETL Global advises companies on the different aspects of corporate life, corporate governance, corporate conflicts, commercial contracts, special corporate restructuring operations, mergers and acquisitions.
In particular, the areas of legal practice of Adbisio ETL Global are the following:
Corporate governance, advice at General Meetings of Shareholders, convening of meetings, challenging corporate resolutions, dismissals and appointments of members of the administrative bodies, advice in relation to amendments to articles of association, corporate disputes, secretariats, boards of directors, etc.
Incorporation, transformation, dissolution and liquidation of companies.
Mergers, acquisitions (“due-diligence”) and corporate restructuring.
Commercial contracts: agency, distribution, franchise, supply contracts, etc.
Specialised in the following areas:
International: contracts with international, EU and non-EU connections; application of European and comparative non-EU law, competition law, industrial and intellectual property.
Business areas: specifically in construction, installation, engineering, as well as technological products, with strategic elements of intellectual and industrial property ownership to be protected.
General conditions of sale and purchase
· Contracts for the supply of goods and services, manufacturing and technology transfer; turnkey projects.
· Contracts for the creation of a collaborative sales network: agency, distribution; licences, confidentiality agreements, memorandums of understanding and confidentiality, collaboration framework agreements.
· Collaboration and technology transfer agreements between private entities and between public and private entities.
· International sale and purchase of goods (export).
Advice on compliance with the legal requirements of on-line commerce, both in terms of website content and contracting processes. Drafting of general conditions, legal notices and other legal documentation related to the activity of the website. Protection of content (industrial and intellectual property) and personal data.
E-commerce with international connections, legislation and competent jurisdiction; comparative consumer legislation.