A number of provisions of different kinds influence the daily life of companies and the way in which decisions are taken. Many of such provisions are based on legal statutes; others originate from resolutions adopted in the company itself. Excessive provisions, however, may result in making decisions hardly possible and increasing risks within the management boards. Therefore it is essential to achieve a reasonable balance between control measures on the one hand and a quick decision making process on the other hand.

  • Drafting Codes of Conduct
  • Structuring and introducing compliance procedures (incl. whistle blowing)
  • Assessing compliance cases (if needed jointly with partner companies with a focus on forensics)
  • Solving liability issues
  • Criminal legal support when pursuing compliance cases