Sometimes, companies need guidance and assistance that goes beyond how to draft or adapt a contractual document or how to advise someone on a specific matter. We’re thinking here more of legal advice and assistance for a project file and this, for example, as (temporary) support to the legal department.
We have wide experience of in-house guidance and the provision of legal services, ranging from legal assistance in the context of contract management when carrying out large-scale building projects right through to arranging due diligence for the purchase or sale of a property portfolio.
Preparing good contractual documents can, over time, preclude disputes, thus saving you time and money. Obviously, good contract management does not end with the once-off drafting of a contract. Depending on the specific characteristics of each transaction, project or work order, a review or fine-tuning of the contractual documents may become necessary after a while. We have substantial experience in reviewing, adapting and drafting contractual documents on procurement law, contract law and property law. Some examples of contractual documents:
A company that wishes to land a public procurement contract, an engineering office that follows up the execution of an infrastructure project, a contracting firm that wishes to service an industrial system (or equipment) or a private individual wishing to let some real estate,… They all face legal problems and issues, on a regular basis. If they don’t seek legal advice in good time, these problems and issues could lead to litigation, for years on end. So the watchword here is: prevention is better than cure!
We have many years’ expertise in lending tailored, pragmatic, legal advice on procurement law, contract law and property law, such as regarding:
Our aim is to avoid legal disputes, wherever possible. Indeed, experience shows that bringing legal proceedings usually harms your company’s commercial interests.
Unlike many other law firms, we strive for a lasting compromise instead of a protracted lawsuit. Litigation, we feel, is a last resort unless, that is, representing your interests should require otherwise.
If litigation is unavoidable or if your company receives a court summons, then you can count on us.