The international network of independent law firms Consulegis facilitated lawyers from all over the world to come together as the CCG China Collaborative Group in 2018. The Chinese Silk Road initiative “One belt, one China” has created a serious demand for intensive cross-border consultancy with Europe’s significant trade partner for the benefit of Chinese enterprises, which are looking to gain a foothold in the European market, as well as European enterprises wanting to take root in the Chinese commerce. We have a pronounced interest in furthering your economic success in and with China. The CCG consists of not only Chinese consultants, located in various Chinese regions, but also consultants from 16 other countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and America. The colleagues’ respective focusses of consulting services are very diverse and span almost all fields of commercial law (company and tax law), contract law and labour law.
More information can be found at www.theccgway.com.
Möllenhoff Rechtsanwälte is a member of Consulegis EEIG, one of the leading international networks of independent law firms, auditors and tax consultants. Consulegis is registered as European Economic Interest Group (EEIG). Consulegis is a network in more than 45 countries and 150 cities worldwide. Our membership enables us to involve highly qualified local consultants. The focus of the Consulegis network is on international law, in particular on economic and corporate law.
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Our law firm is a member of the European Forum for Foreign Trade, Excise Duties and Customs (Europäischen Forum für Außenwirtschaft, Verbrauchsteuern und Zoll e.V., EFA), a forum for scientific exchange of ideas and practical experience in the areas of foreign trade, excise duties and customs law.
Information on the work of the EFA: http://www.efa-muenster.de
We are also a member of the Zentrum für Außenwirtschaftsrecht e.V. (ZAR), a registered association affiliated to the Zentrum für öffentliches Wirtschaftsrecht der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität in Münster/Westphalia, Germany. The purpose of the ZAR is the promotion of science and research in the area of foreign trade law as well as of the relations between science and practice in this field. The ZAR pursues these objectives in scientific independence. Information about the work of ZAR: http://www.zar-muenster.de