Gazelle, scale-up, a fresh start for a traditional family company.
Every organisation has its own rules. What is your organisation’s strategy, vision and way of working? Do you have a new, promising company that is focused on maximising profit? Is it a fantastic family company that will still be around one generation later?
Zabih Etemadi, Jasper van Mens and Manita Hamberg make up the corporate law department within LOYR and assist business people on a wide range of issues. They can provide an insight, in a practical and accessible way, into legal (im)possibilities and give clear answers to your questions. With their years of experience in the field of corporate law, they have already assisted numerous directors, shareholders, supervisory directors and investors.
What options do you have? Do you want your company to grow by means of a takeover, or instead by attracting more funds? How do you then attract those funds? By means of a bank loan, issuing shares to investors, or by means of crowdfunding instead? What problems can you expect and how can you anticipate these? Do you want to litigate and what is the chance that the court will decide in your company’s favour? Would a settlement be a better result?
Which business model do you use and how do you organise the sales process? Do you opt for a webshop or an online platform? How do you deal with general terms and conditions and the protection of trademarks or copyrights within your company? And do you opt for exploitation via distribution, franchise or agency, long-term agreements or licenses? Which IT contracts play a role in your organisation? Commercial contracts always form an extremely important basis within every company.
LOYR advises, supports and litigates with regard to, among others, the following aspects of business:
Private company with limited liability
Merger and acquisition and/or attracting new capital
In addition to corporate law LOYR also has expertise in employment law, sports law and real estate law. [link to the corresponding web pages]