Corporate Law

What is Corporate Law ?

Almost every merger or takeover featured in the business pages of daily newspapers will have corporate lawyers working on it. So if you relish the opportunity of being at the heart of high profile, multi-million dollar deals, then a career in corporate law may be right up your street.

Corporate law is the field of law concerning the creation and regulation of corporations and other business organizations. In British practice, corporate law is more often called company law. Corporate law also includes the law governing the relationships among various constituents of a corporation such as shareholders, directors and management.

It sometimes includes securities laws, which govern the conditions under which corporations can issue shares and is aimed at preventing fraudulent offering schemes. It defines the rules of the game for business corporations. Corporate law comes into play whenever any of the parties involved cries foul, which is very often, to advise their corporate clients, to argue their cases in court, draw up business contracts for them and so on.

 

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