Veterinary law is not limited to the practical work of veterinarians. It also touches upon the economic aspects of keeping farm animals. Since the accession to the European Union, the legal situation has changed dramatically.
Our law firm dedicates much of its work to laws dealing with veterinary pharmaceuticals. These provisions differ greatly from the legislation regulating human medicine. We are happy to provide consultation on pharmacological vigilance, as well as on the development, analysis, production, and distribution of veterinary pharmaceuticals.
Furthermore, we put great emphasis on offering veterinarians legal representation in compensation cases resulting from failed treatment as the number of suits filed by animal owners is steadily on the rise. We are also happy to advise our veterinarian clients in the legal ethics of their profession.