Public commercial law has a significant impact on companies doing business in Germany, on financial institutions and on public entities. Commercial activities are regulated by general trade law, by environmental, subsidy and public procurement law requirements and by many other administrative rules. Additionally, companies operating in Germany may face industry-specific requirements, such as within the energy, telecommunications, transport and health sectors.
The lawyers in our German Public Law Group have broad experience in all areas of EU and German public commercial law. We help our clients understand the complex regulatory framework in Germany and regularly represent the interests of our clients before German and European agencies and courts.
Our public commercial law practice includes the following areas: