Our practice handles the day-to-day activities of companies that are either domestic companies or subsidiaries of non-domestic companies. Our firm’s service ranges from company formations / business start-ups to the ongoing corporate and commercial matters of newly formed or existing companies. Our team of lawyers is engaged in day-to-day issues of running a company (i.e. company secretarial, duties and responsibilities of the board of directors, and tax, commercial contract and employment issues) as well as in the context of major transactional work for such companies (benefiting from the experience in other practice areas).
Our practice also focuses on providing advice to clients in the formation and running of multi-national joint ventures, such as:
- Procurement received by joint ventures from the State under the Public Procurement Law
- TOR, BOT, BOO projects handled by joint ventures under Turkish law
- Obtaining the relevant licences for joint ventures in the areas of their activities (i.e. licences under the Electricity Market Law, Capital Market Law etc.)
- Obtaining incentive certificates etc. for the joint venture from the Undersecretariat of Treasury
We have relationships with a number of external consultants in specific areas (i.e. tax consultants, customs consultants etc.) where a special non-legal expertise is required.
Experience in this practice area includes:
- Advising an international company on the possible termination of agency agreements involving Turkish entities as sales and distribution agents
- Advising a Turkish consultancy company on its contractual arrangements to be executed with various investors
- Advising an entity in the automotive industry in relation to a corporate restructuring process including advice in relation to a shareholders agreement
- Advising a global industrial group in the drafting of a template local order agreement and a template installation agreement for its operations with Turkish counterparties
- Advising one of the largest brokers in the electronic market in the review of an Istanbul Stock Exchange data sharing agreement
- Advising an international organisation in employment law matters (including the review of employment contracts) from a Turkish law perspective
- Advising a Turkish subsidiary of an American management company on various employment law aspects
- Advising a non-domestic financial institution in relation to potential violation of Turkish gaming laws and anti-money laundering legislation
- Advising a non-domestic project engineering management company on the establishment of its operations in Turkey
- Advising a non-domestic events company on the establishment of its Turkish operation
- Nadia Cansun and Uğur Sebzeci, “Corporate Law Updated”, The Lawyer Briefing, 30 January 2012, pp. 4
- Nadia Cansun and Belgin Özdilmen, “Corporate Governance – Turkey Chapter”, Getting the Deal Through – Corporate Governance 2009
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