Business law consulting
Telchini & Mayr assists economic operators through continuous legal consultancy relationships, in particular small and medium-sized enterprises (so-called SME), which form the backbone of the European economy, taking care of all problems and critical issues in company law related to business management.
Particular attention is paid to the preparation and verification of commercial and general contracts, counting on the years of experience in company negotiations at the national and international level in the following areas:
- Sales, supply, and exclusive distribution agreements
- Commercial, engineering, and joint-venture agreements between companies
- Trademark and patent licensing agreements
- Confidentiality agreements and non-competition agreements
- Agency and sales agent contracts
- Contracts for the transfer of copyright, publishing rights, and the concession of rights for the use of photographic reproduction
- Cultural and sports sponsorship contracts
- General contract conditions for electronic commerce
- Final and preliminary contracts for the transfer of securities and real estate
The firm has tradition and in-depth knowledge of international law and in particular Community law (today of the European Union) in its applications in the field of industrial, commercial, tax and customs law, which are essential in the current economic scenario characterized with its strong transnational and global character. The company is assisted in its relations with the institutions and courts of the European Union in its offices in Brussels, Luxembourg, and Strasbourg.
The participation of professionals in international conferences and conventions, even as speakers, allows companies to be constantly updated on emerging legal issues of great interest (such as blockchain) and on alternative corporate financing instruments (crowdfunding and mini-bonds), as well as growth opportunities, such as regional, national, and European funding programmes for the development of entrepreneurial projects, as well as through the monitoring of community contracts.