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  • Breach of contract in a cross-border contract with an Ohio company

    Last week I had received an inquiry from a company regarding the purchase of a machine. A German company purchased a processing machine in a sales transaction from a US-American business partner in Ohio. In the contract per Incoterms a pickup EXW by the German company was agreed. No special contractual provisions have been agreed.…

  • A brief summary of the EU Dual-Use Directive

    For advisory activities in export control, the EU Dual-Use Regulation is one of the most important legal sources. In the following, I would like to highlight the most important aspects. In doing so, I will look at the legal situation from Germany’s point of view. Apart from a few deviations, however, it is identical throughout…

  • Possibilities and limits of Price Adjustment Clauses

    Already last year, I highlighted the topic of price adjustment clauses in an article. Today I – again – would like to shed some light on this topic. In doing so, I would like to illuminate new aspects and point out more recent developments. Here, I will restrict myself exclusively to such clauses in b2b…

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Matthias Fuehrich, LL.M. (法学硕士)

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