Joint Ventures, Development, General Terms & Conditions, Share Holder Agreement
MME advises national and international industrial, commercial and services companies in drafting, negotiating and implementing contracts. Our extensive experience in complex agreements allows us to develop pragmatic, cost-conscious and down-to-earth solutions, tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients.
Agency, distribution and international commerce;
- Financial services
- Leasing and financing agreements
- Energy law and high-tech industry
- Shareholders’ agreements
- Labour law (executive compensation) and tenancy law
- Competition and intellectual property law (IPR)
- Medical law and medical technology
- Live entertainment and ticketing
- Insurance and liability law
In addition, all questions relating to company law as well as the support of our clients in strategic change processes and during corporate successions are part of MMEs daily business. We particularly concentrate on the following areas:
- Corporate Governance Positions in Boards of Directors
- Incorporation and restructuring
- Company successions
- Strategic alliances
- Capital increase
- Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
- Joint Ventures
- Private Equity transactions
MME have been mandated by several companies as external legal department in order to clarify all legal questions arising from commercial operations in Switzerland. Small and medium-sized companies (SME) and Swiss subsidiaries of foreign corporations appreciate this broad service in particular.
T +41 44 254 99 66
In need of legal or tax advice? We look forward to contacting you.
From the magazine
Two Good Mmen
MME is pleased to welcome Andreas Rudolf, LL.M. and Raphael Brunner, LL.M. as new partners and drivers as of January 1, 2017.
Digital Due Diligence
The legal Due Diligence for acquisitions in the digital economy should be based on an in-depth understanding and analysis of the assets, value drivers and risks of digital enterprises. The old-style IT or IP Due Diligence is no longer sufficient. A specific "Digital Due Diligence" is required.All magazine reports