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Commercial law or business law is a multi-pronged branch of legislation that covers a huge range of requirements. Essentially, our commercial lawyer can advise companies, governments and corporations on the day to day management of their organizations from all legal practice areas pertaining to commercial / business law.

Each organization may require a slightly unique collection of services from us and that’s what makes us good at what we do. We are only interested in supporting those elements that make sense to your organization.
Each branch of corporate law covers an important aspect of the day to day governance; these may include:
  • Corporate and other business structures
  • Commercial ventures
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Intellectual property
  • Lending and other financial services

Why Hire a Corporate Law Lawyer?

Most importantly, companies are held to a standard of compliance and that compliance can be very convoluted and requires a highly experienced and informed group of lawyers to ensure that you don’t accidentally violate any of these requirements.
Corporate lawyers are instrumental in protecting you during an acquisition or a re-structuring exercise which can be extremely costly if not handled in the most precise and logical manner. When paperwork isn’t in order, costly delays or penalties can dip into the bottom line. A situation that our lawyers would never let happen.

A Corporate Law Lawyer Wears Many Hats

In a business lawyer, you get the following:

  • A Contract Lawyer
  • A Dispute Resolution Lawyer

Support for related practice areas such as:

  • Mediation and Arbitration
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Insurance Defense
  • Construction Contracts
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Asset Management
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Corporate Reorganization
  • Human Rights Code Violations
  • And much more.
The presence of a commercial law lawyer on your side ensures that your company is in utter compliance of the laws and constitutions that govern your corporation or organization. From financing to dispute resolution, you can’t afford to take chances.