German Business Law

Do you plan to set up or operate a company in Germany? Jacob Associates is specialized in German Business Law and has assisted North American companies in setting up their own businesses in Germany since 1996.

To ensure that your business has a successful start, not only a smart idea but a well-considered business plan is needed. Furthermore, it is important to make the right decision on the legal form under which to set up your business in Germany and the required capital in accordance with minimum capitalization requirements in Germany. Also, before starting up, the proposed corporate name will have to be checked as to its availability. Jacob Associates offers specialized German lawyers who can competently advise you on all relevant aspects of German Business Law. We will assist you with the set up and registration of the legal form chosen in  the German Commercial Register, with the tax and social benefit authorities in Germany and otherwise assist you in fulfilling German corporation compliance standards.

If you plan to purchase or sell a corporation in Germany, to carry out restructuring transactions or are otherwise engaged in business transactions in Germany, Jacob Associates will gladly assist you with our business and legal know-how. Our German Business Law services also include reviewing and advising on German business contracts generally as well as drafting and negotiating  individual German business contracts.  A further area of expertise is compliance review to ensure your business investment in Germany complies with current legal standards. We prepare all contracts and other legal documents in bilingual form to ensure that our clients have control over their business operations in Germany.

Our clients rely on our cross-border expertise and specialized knowledge to ensure that their business plans in Germany can be carried out effectively with regard to German Business Law requirements and that their businesses in Germany flourish.

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