by Olga Dimopoulou, Lawyer – dimolegal and Vasiliki Filiou, Research Associate, dimolegal
This article analyzes the regulatory framework of the German legal order with regard to food e-commerce. In particular, the obligations of entrepreneurs with regard to the information they must provide about their business and their products are mentioned. Particular emphasis is placed on the rights of the consumers, given the high level of protection afforded to them by German law. The article is a part of the e-Handbook of Exports of the Agri-Food Sector of the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Ms. Dimopoulou’s presentation on the topic “The operating framework of start-ups in Germany and issues of interest for potential investors” at the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry Webinar on the topic “Greece as a business, investment and work destination: developments and challenges”
In this presentation, the legal forms of companies suitable for a Start-up business in Germany are analyzed, as well as the most common ways of financing such a venture. Emphasis is placed on the possibilities provided to Greek entrepreneurs when establishing a Start-up in Germany.
This article is a practical guide for all entrepreneurs who wish to establish a legal entity based in Germany. In particular, the advantages and disadvantages of corporate forms under German law are analyzed, as well as the challenges associated with the establishment of a subsidiary company in Germany.
The international network of lawyers LEGALMONDO published a very useful tool for companies with debt collection necessities in more than 20 jurisdictions. Ms. Dimopoulou drafted the part on debt collection in Germany. Here are some questions of this guide:
Is there a minimum amount to start a legal action?
Is it mandatory to send a warning letter before taking legal action to collect a debt?
How can a foreign creditor start a procedure for international debt collection in Germany?
The Legalmondo International Help Desk on Coronavirus on more than 20 jurisdictions is published! Ms. Dimopoulou drafted the article on Greek law in this very helpful guide, where you will find answers to following questions:
How to handle the case in which a supplier or customer within an international supply chain defaults on a contract?