For clients facing financial crisis, we primarily provide assistance in financial restructuring in order to help them become solvent in the short and long term. These are measures to reduce and defer liabilities and, in the case of capital companies, to increase share capital with new in-kind contributions, which are subject to creditors' claims against the debtor, or with new cash contributions, as well as other measures aimed at eliminating the causes of client insolvency and to re-establish stable operations. We also advise in insolvency proceedings, such as compulsory settlement procedure, simplified compulsory settlement procedure and bankruptcy proceedings.
Ensuring liquidity is extremely important for the business of a company or entrepreneur. Due to the scope and complexity of financial regulations, we provide our clients with professional advice on financing issues and help them find suitable solutions. We advise our clients on drawing up simple loan agreements as well as on obtaining larger bank loans, arranging for our clients the necessary documentation required by the lending bank.
We provide our clients with legal advice in the preparation of various commercial contracts and participate in negotiations on such contracts. We provide advice on the establishment of new companies, transformation of existing ones, as well as drafting and implementation of corporate by-laws.
In cases where disputes cannot be avoided, we also offer clients, through our loyal partners, representation in litigation and in alternative dispute resolution proceedings before arbitration bodies. We provide our clients with a clear and realistic view of its chances of success and the risks associated with the dispute.
We provide legal advice to domestic and foreign clients regarding all aspects of labour law. We advise clients on the formation and termination of employment relationships (drawing up employment contracts, drawing up terminations of employment contracts, etc.), on posting workers abroad and on hiring foreign workers in Slovenia. We also provide advice on resolving labour disputes.
We advise clients on the protection of intellectual property, particularly in the areas of copyright, trademark and patent law. Our services include registration of intellectual property rights, drafting of contracts related to the transfer of intellectual property rights, and copyright advice.
We provide flexible and creative solutions for real property matters. We advise on the purchase or sale of real property, financing of real property projects, joint investments and partnerships. Through our partners from other professions (investors, architects, engineers, contractors, construction businesses) we provide daily support in the field of construction law, specifically in construction planning, obtaining building and use permits, legalisation of illegal constructions, etc.
Based on our experience in the field of commercial and civil law, we provide advice on dealing with insurance companies.
We advise clients on compliance with personal data protection rules, both in drawing up simple data processing contracts and in resolving more complex regulatory matters. Through our partners, we represent our clients in administrative procedures in order to protect personal data.
We advise athletes and sports clubs in drawing up contracts both in Slovenia and abroad. Through our partners abroad, we effectively manage procedures concerning Slovenian athletes abroad. We advise our sports clients in alternative dispute resolution procedures.
E-sports are becoming more and more established in the sports industry, so the need for legal regulation of the industry is also increasing. We advise our clients on contracts between clubs and gamers, as well as on "image rights" contracts, thus providing gamers comprehensive legal support.
We are aware of the importance of being present in the region, so we conduct business in most European countries through our partner offices. In this way, we can provide assistance for our clients, who often lack foreign language skills and do not have the knowledge of foreign legal systems, to better protect their rights abroad as well.