The current situation in the face of the corona virus (COVID-19) is a challenge for companies in all industries. In this section we provide you with answers to the most relevant legal questions.
Social trends and disruptive processes in the economy are bringing a fundamental change in the world of work.
The interaction of physical and computer-generated reality is no longer a vision of the future, but has been shaping our present for a long time. Welcome to the age of mixed reality.
SKW Schwarz has been advising international and national clients on legal issues relating to esports for some time now and is combining its many years of practical experience as a leading law firm in the fields of IT and Media & Entertainment.
Start-ups enter the market with new IT-based business ideas, as they offer digital services for financial transactions. FinTechs develop innovative solutions to save, invest, borrow, transfer, spend, and protect money.
Extensive digitalisation and automation has heralded a fourth industrial revolution. This marks the beginning of a completely new form of business and innovative service offerings.
Cities are the social and economic centres of the future. The potential associated with this is enormous: the city as a living and economic space is becoming more efficient, sustainable and worth living in than ever before.
The digital world is not “unchartered territory” for our lawyers but an area where they are quite at home. They have been working in this field for a long time, whether in traditional IT law, internet content, online sales, or innovative digital business.
A good idea may very well be worth its weight in gold – if you have protected it as intellectual property. To do so, you should consult legal counsel with both legal and technological expertise.
The sector of health, medicine, and biotechnology undergoes a vital development. Numerous innovations, however, entail new legal scenarios.
There’s still no business like show business. Nowadays, however, media and entertainment are much more than art and culture. It used to be a clearly defined area, but today pervades almost all industries and sectors.
We advise on all matters pertaining to inheritance law, ranging from anticipated succession to execution of a will. Wherever needed, we can also involve experts from other fields of law.
Our Public Law and Regulatory department bundles the legal advice to tackle all issues that our clients may face.
Clients from numerous sectors request our expertise.
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