Competition & Distribution


Tailor-made communication, customer-oriented advertising and smooth distribution are an elementary component of entrepreneurial success. Our focus is therefore on providing effective support for our clients' market presence in terms of competition, advertising and distribution law, providing them with effective support in the prosecution of legal infringements by competitors both in and out of court, and ensuring the defence and defence of unjustifiably asserted claims.

We provide support in the conception and further development of advertising campaigns, sales promotions, customer loyalty systems and tailor-made distribution structures and agreements. For us, the main focus is on enabling our clients' marketing ideas and converting them into advertising concepts that are permanently in line with the competition through trustful cooperation with the specialist departments. We always evaluate the risks holistically and, in addition to competition law, we always have an eye on the relevant questions in connection with data protection, antitrust law and the general terms and conditions.

We can assist you in these areas:

  • Advertising concepts / advertising statements / sales promotion measures
  • Dialogue and direct marketing
  • Telemedia Act / eCommerce
  • Design of distribution structures and contracts
  • Commercial agency law
  • National and international franchising
  • General terms and conditions of business


your contacts

Micaela Schork, LL.M.
+49 211 8687 134

Sebastian Keilholz, LL.M.
+49 211 8687 153

Dr. Kamila Szutowska-Simon
+49 211 8687 144

Patrick J. Kaatz
+49 211 8687 165

Dr. Kaya Köklü
+49 211 8687 139

Get in touch with the team!

TIGGES Team Wettbewerb Vertrieb

Focus on Competiton & Distribution



TIGGES successfully defends home care provider PROMEDICA against former cooperation partners

With the help of TIGGES, the care provider PROMEDICA, based in Warsaw, has successfully asserted itself in several court proceedings against former franchise and cooperation partners who challenged the legality of the contractual arrangement of the franchise and cooperation agreements.


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The planned Supply Chain Law - a challenge also from a competition law perspective

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