We think that Passion, Frankness, Commitment, Transparency and Efficiency are values of elemental importance. These are not only catchwords, but they reflect our conviction and provide clarity regarding what you may expect.
Individual solutions instead of replaceable mass products – customized items instead of “one size fits all” mentality: In our “boutique consultancy” corelegal pursues the principle of a tailor’s shop!
corelegal and its partners comply with your quality requirements by
Combining their entrepreneurial experience with knowledge and creativity, corelegal finds reasonable solutions that are practical as well as commercial.
According to the client’s requirements the counselling includes more flexibility: The services ranges from the classical approach or a consulting hotline, via the extended arm of an outside counsel to the virtual external legal department.
In case of acquisitions and sales of companies corelegal gives advice and assistance from the due diligence process, via restructuring, negotiating and drafting of contracts to the targeted integration and reorganization of the acquired companies or business units.
corelegal renders services for different business transactions; particularly in response to issues such as
corelegal provides comprehensive support during the drafting of contracts following the principle that a good contract shall even include responses to issues that have not yet been considered during the preparation phase.
corelegal provides advisory support during the drafting, negotiating/adapting and concluding of contracts on basis of interdisciplinary experience:
corelegal accompanies transaction projects and gives simultaneously legal advice in issues referring to individual and collective labour law.
corelegal works in an interdisciplinary way and renders therefore legal advice in issues referring to IT law, social media, e-commerce and data protection.
corelegal provides support in finding legal solutions for software and Internet issues such as “digital compliance”:
The team focuses on giving legal advice in issues covering IT law, e-commerce, social media and data protection in the market sectors consumer products and services, online shops, coupon redemption, sport and fitness as well as travel and hotel industry.
corelegal embodies a profound experience in conducting trials and in settling amicably civil disputes (e. g. mediation) with an emphasis on labour law and shareholder disputes.
corelegal pursues your interests in court as well as in the framework of an out-of-court settlement.
Lars Barth joined a supra-local, interdisciplinary active law firm after having graduated in law at Ruprecht-Karls University in Heidelberg in 1998. In 2000 he overtook one of the firm’s sites and ran it until 2011. Later he became partner in a nationally and internationally working law firm and has finally got a partner of corelegal. Today the implementation of own concepts and values is characteristic for his advisory competence. He focuses on the interdisciplinary advice for medium-sized companies in the areas of corporate law, commercial law, labour law (collective and individual labour law) as well as in the support and solution of shareholder disputes and Litigation.
Lars Barth is married and lives in Munich.
Michael Järkel studied law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich after having graduated in business administration at the Dualen Hochschule (University for applied sciences) in Stuttgart. After his studies he joined in the supra-locally working law firm Heussen Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (formerly called: Heuking Kühn Lüer Heussen Wojtek) where he focused on venture capital, business transactions like M&A, capital market law (initial public offering on the stock market) and became a partner. From 2005 Michael Järkel was General Counsel of two listed private equity investors and was responsible for a multitude of national and international M&A transactions as well as for the regular legal counselling of portfolio companies. As one of corelegal’s partners, he offers his know-how and competence to a wide range of clients.
Michael Järkel is married, father of two daughters and lives in Gräfelfing.
Felix Link studied law at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and the Università La Sapienza in Rome. During his legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Munich (Oberlandesgericht München), he worked for well-known boutique law firms focusing on commercial law and litigation. Felix Link attaches importance to looking at the law as a "big picture" in order to best serve the interests of the clients. He focuses on dispute resolution, commercial and corporate law and labour law.