Corporate Law

Corporate Law

Corporate Law

Updated 19 October 2020

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Corporate Law: The corporate lawyer deals with the entirety of a corporation's activities from settling tax, employment, or labour problems, to setting up mergers between and among corporations and arranging stock options.

Generally, a corporate lawyer is one of a team of lawyers, each handling or assisting in the handling of only one of the activities areas. A corporate lawyer, therefore, may be any one of the preceding types of lawyers and also be a corporate lawyer. For instance, an environmental lawyer may be employed by Kodak and still retain both titles of environmental and corporate lawyer; one does not preclude the other.

Corporate law opportunities are almost unlimited and offer continually broadening horizons commensurate with the growth of the corporation.

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