European law sets out the basic rules of economic life of the Member States and guarantees the fundamental rights of citizens of these countries (e.g: the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Charter of Fundamental Rights). Acts of European secondary law, including regulations and directives, regulate in detail the most important areas of commercial law. These provisions take precedence over national law provisions, which in practice means that individuals can invoke them before competent authorities and courts. In the event of a conflict between provisions of EU and national law, competent authorities and courts are required to refuse to apply the national law. We provide legal assistance in the area of application of European law, including representation of our clients before competent authorities, courts and EU institutions, including the European Court of Justice.