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Competencies

Competencies

Our approach: Working across all industries, disciplines and systems

We work on an interdisciplinary basis. That means combining a wide range of abilities and knowledge and drawing new conclusions from it. This in-depth analytical approach enables us to prevent some legal problems even before they arise. That is often the best solution. And solution-orientated thinking is always the basis of the work we do.

The firm provides comprehensive consulting in the business world with a strong focus on the following legal fields: banking law, capital market law, constitutional law, competition law, corporate law (including tax law), criminal law, employment law, environmental law, EU subsidy law, European law, general administrative law, M&A, media law, procurement law, real estate law, telecommunication law, tort law.

Timely and efficient solutions are our specialty. LGP devises strategically calculated, pragmatic legal solutions for companies seeking the best structure and economically sound management. We can provide our Russian and CIS clients with investment consulting, and support them in establishing companies and new branches – always striving to find the best local partners.

Business competence at LGP

Lansky, Ganzger + partner offers strategically conceived and pragmatic complete solutions for national and international clients in order to optimally establish companies, give them the best possible structure and run them as efficiently as possible. It is important to address individual needs, especially in the area of companies. This principle makes it possible for us to offer our clients not only tailor-made, but also economically sensible complete solutions.

Our clients profit from an integrated approach to consulting and our network of advisers that extends beyond the borders of Austria. This combination allows us both to support companies in Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe as well as in the CIS region, and also to actively provide foreign investors with advice on internationalisation from the hub in Austria.

LGP consistently takes an interdisciplinary and international approach in its work. We employ experienced lawyers with diverse specialisations from various legal areas, company advisers and tax advisers who work together to find individual solutions to our clients' legal problems. We highlight the various possibilities for establishing a business in terms of company law, tax law, commercial law and labour law, clarify which location is ideal for the respective project, and also develop procedural concepts as required. In addition, we perform supervisory and control functions in existing structures and advise corporate bodies.

We advise and represent our clients on all matters of corporate and business law: From establishing the company to advising on and structuring M&A transactions to cross-border financing topics and, if necessary, accompanying tax advice. We naturally also support companies with transactions on the capital market, whether IPOs on the stock market or the issuing of debt securities, and assure previously listed companies of constant support with ongoing capital market and stock market issues.

Migration law

The competence centre at Lansky, Ganzger + partner for migration law is the first point of contact for asylum, visa, residence approval and employment approval applications, as well as measures for terminating residence. Our team also offers competent support in all matters relating to Austrian citizenship.

The support of clients does not stop at legal advice. We see it as our human project to help people to find their base in Austria. In addition to supporting private individuals, we also provide legal representation for service companies when it comes to obtaining residence and employment permits for their non-Austrian employees.

The LGP team for migration law is competent in six languages: In addition to German and English, they also speak Russian, French, Dari and Farsi. Interpreters are rendered obsolete and clients can communicate directly and in person with their legal representatives. As equals, of course, which is also due to the fact that the LGP team has its own perception of more than 45 countries and their cultures. The support does not stop once a case reaches a positive conclusion. The competence centre for migration law continues to inform clients after the conclusion of their case about relevant innovations that can have an existential impact on their legal status. The human aspect always comes first!