Litigation and Arbitration

Commercial litigation

Similar to economic cycles, commercial processes touch upon a broad range of very diverse legal subjects. Therefore, commercial background knowledge and a good understanding of technical processes are equally essential to provide the best possible legal representation as thorough knowledge of the applicable rules of procedure.

Interim measures of protection

Sometimes, waiting for a court ruling may be too late to avert a pending threat or damage from a legally protected asset. In order to be able to nevertheless protect your rights in such circumstances, rules of procedures offer a system of interim measures of protection for many legal fields. Such measures are emergency measures imposed by the court upon request and subject to compliance with certain requirements that serve to provisionally avert disadvantages until a final ruling is handed down by the court. Parties have a choice, for example, of an injunction or provisional execution subject to provision of security.