Uwe Brossette is one of the leading lawyers for commercial law in Germany. For over 25 years, he has advised renowned companies and associations in the automotive sector on the design, establishment, maintenance and further development of complex distribution systems.
Uwe's focus is on advising our clients in the Transport and Automotive sector on commercial and antitrust law, inter alia, in contract and condition negotiations, the digitalization of their distribution systems and the design of agency models in the field of e-mobility.
A sought-after specialist, author and speaker, Uwe is also a lecturer in automotive distribution law at the Nürtingen / Geislingen University of Applied Sciences, which is renowned for developing the next generation of automotive professionals.
Uwe Brossette was admitted to the bar in 1995 and has been a partner at Osborne Clarke since its launch in Germany in 2001.
"He is a lawyer who always tries to understand the opposite side and is very pragmatic in order to find solutions. We like him very much because it is good to work with him."
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
"The automotive industry is under very great pressure to transform. The classic processes no longer meet customer needs. Vehicles are also increasingly being demanded and traded online. That is why the trade will need to adapt and ideally respond to changed conditions, together with the manufacturers.
But it is not just dealer-manufacturer relationships that are facing huge changes; the entire business model is coming under pressure as fleet electrification increases, with traditional revenue streams eroding and new ones emerging.
With decades of expertise in this sector, I help dealerships, associations and manufacturers adapt their structures, processes and distribution systems to the new challenges and align themselves for the future."
Association of German Jaguar and Rover Dealers
Strategic and legal advice on the expansion of the business model to include a flexible subscription model, support during negotiations on a new remuneration system.
Volkswagen and Audi Partner Association
Negotiation of the agency agreement for new electric vehicles of the Volkswagen brand, development and negotiation of a distribution agreement for charging infrastructure and electricity supply contracts in the VW Group, strategic and legal advice on the further development of the distribution model to an omni-channel in the new and used vehicle sector.
Vehiculum Mobility Solutions
Drafting of terms and conditions for the most successful German brokerage platform for leasing transactions between vehicle dealers and leasing companies.
Autohaus Kempen GmbH
Advised Autohaus Kempen GmbH on its acquisition by Löhr, read more