Our services for businesses

Debt collection

For more than 30 years the law firm Hauska & Matzunski has been a specialist in using every technical and legal means in judicial or extrajudicial debt collection of receivables both for and against businesses and consumers.


One of the major areas of competence at the Hauska & Matzunski law firm is: the care of businesses in crisis; judicial or extrajudicial commercial restructuring as well as ongoing operation; sale or necessary liquidation of bankrupt businesses, as insolvency administrators, to the advantage of the business and its creditors.

Company law, business law

We set up companies in all legal forms and support your business in all legal matters, contracts and commercial law issues with regard to your ongoing development.

Building law and property

The construction, utilisation and maintenance of buildings are all based on purchase contracts, service contracts, condominium contracts, tenancy agreements etc., which we can lodge with the relevant companies in accordance with the specific requirements of the respective project.

Tenancy law

Tenancy or leasehold rights for managerial purposes on plots of land, manufacturing or office spaces, company housing etc. as well as investment in letting and leasing are an important economic factor and require a water-tight formulation of the contract and legal representation, both of which we provide, in order to avoid tenancy law disputes and their considerable economic disadvantages.

Liability law and compensation

The liability of businesses for their products and professional services and for resulting damages can become a considerable economic burden. Acting on behalf of the businesses affected, we use our many years of experience to pursue claims for compensation and liability or contest these with all legal means at our disposal.

Employment law and social law

We use our experience to advise and represent businesses in the formulation of service contracts and resolution of industrial disputes as well as in matters of social law.

Trade law

The Trade, Commerce and Industry Regulation Act imposes administrative regulations on corporate life. We support business people and their companies in securing and protecting all their entitlements.

Competition law

We protect businesses from dishonest business practices by their competitors, advise them on their own entry into the market and defend their intellectual property and their acquired individual rights.

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