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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

What Do Corporate Lawyers Actually Do to Help Business?

There are certain things that you just shouldn’t do in life: don’t drive without wearing a seatbelt, don’t answer “yes” if you significant other asks if her jeans make her backside look big, and don’t start a small business without the advice and expertise of a corporate lawyer on your side. Each one of these life lessons could cause major damage to your well being, but you don’t have to learn the hard way.

Corporate lawyers play an important role in a company, especially a company that is just starting out. At this point in the process is where most of the vital documents to running your company are drafted and signed. From applying for government licenses and permits to drafting employee and contractor agreements, corporate lawyers build a legally stable and protected foundation for the future of your company.

After your business is established, corporate lawyers still have a plethora of matters to attend to. They facilitate securities, abide with tax law, ensure that you have code compliance, protect your intellectual property, advise you through bankruptcy, organize documents for financial reporting, facilitate mergers and/or handle human resources issues.

You may be thinking that lawyers are expensive. Can you really afford one? Consider this: a corporate lawyer protects all those invested in your company; you, your shareholders, employees, creditors, contractors, and customers. By advising in business transactions, they are safeguarding all that you have worked so hard to build for your company.

When you find a loophole in a contract or get served with a lawsuit, then it’s too late. A lawyer’s fees to draw up a contract or to file for a copyright is just a fraction of the expense that it would cost to go to court to fight on your company’s behalf. Moreover, many corporate lawyers charge by the hour so you can create a budget and prioritize what issues are most pressing.

You are busy managing the detailed workings of your company. Let a corporate lawyer tend to the legal side of things to give you peace-of-mind and to protect your business from the inside out.


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