To build, establish, or even acquire a construction company in France requires being well-advised on the subject.
To optimise and secure the various operations of your project it is essential that a French lawyer who specialises in construction intervenes, as only such a lawyer will be prepared to handle the dangers and difficulties associated with this sector.
This attorneys role is then to advise you in order to help you navigate the French market and culture, turning any potential pitfalls into steps towards success.
The following are major catagories to consider:
However, these examples are only a few among many. This list does not include social issues, fiscal issues, or those concerning corporate management in creating or transfering business, all potentially problematic areas that merit consideration.
Therefore, the lawfirm of Gerard PICOVSCHI, masters of French culture and experienced in oral argumentation, litigation, and judicial matters, can advise you on ways to simplify your projects and lead you to ultimate success.
Optimising your tax and strategic options for your company– why pay more when you can pay less?
Optimise the choice of legal structure for your company:
We give advice on the most suitable legal structure for your company, allowing you to sell goods and services in France by creating the strongest company with limited responsibility. The risk related to the activity of your company is therefore substantially reduced.
Securing the commercial relationship
Transfer of companies
Our firm accompanies you in all negotiations and drafting of legal documents related to the acquisition of companies established in France or in the European community. It assists in making the best financial and legal choices when taking over a business and helps optimise the operation in all tax, employment and company matters.
Protecting industrial property
What is a franchise contract?
A franchise contract is an agreement between two independent companies, the franchiser and the franchisee, by which the franchisee offers to its clients the sale of the goods or services of the franchiser.
The franchiser transfers his trademarks, copyrights, trade dress, technologies, know how and technical assistance to the franchisee, and in return the franchisee pays royalties to the franchiser. The franchisee must also cover all investments necessary for the exploitation of it’s business.
Foreign and multinational companies wishing to enter the French and European market without incurring substantial costs or obligations.
The advantages of franchising:
Risks to avoid with proper legal assistance:
The targeted people
Taking advantage of the situation
The weight of demography: in 10 years, more than 450,000 French companies, representing about 2.5 million jobs should be controlled by other executives for exclusively demographic reasons. According to the INSEE, 700,000 French C.E.O.’s are 50 years old or more, representing one third of the total senior executives in France.” Enjeux – January 2003
The targeted people: