Commercial Law

Business and commerce constitute the core elements of the market economy nowadays. No actual commercial relations are possible without appropriate legal regulation and duly structured mutual obligations under provisions of commercial law.

Within the practice of commercial law our firm’s attorneys advise clients on various matters of domestic and international trade, wholesale, retail, international commercial activity, e-commerce, sale and purchase, lease and sublease, goods supply, rendering services, distribution, payments, contracts enforcement and other contract law issues.

The practice of commercial law envisages in particular the following services:

  • commercial transactions structuring and advice;
  • drafting of contracts and agreements;
  • structuring mutual obligations of counterparties;
  • structuring and drafting of loans facilities, investments and intercopmany loans;
  • structuring, drafting and enforcement of guarantees, pledges, mortgages etc.;
  • levy execution on property under pledges and mortgages;
  • structuring and drafting of letters of credit, bills of exchange, escrow accounts agreements and other payment instruments;
  • property and commercial risks insurence;
  • e-commerce legal advice;
  • legal advice on operating of online-shops;
  • customs matters advice and customs clearance procedures;
  • related tax advice;
  • obtaining licences and permits;
  • commercial litigation and arbitration;
  • alternative commercial disputes resolution.