Corporate Law (corporations law, company law) deals with the formation and operations of corporations and is related to commercial and contract law. A corporation is a legal entity created under state law, usually for the purpose of conducting business. The law treats a corporation as a person that can sue or be sued. A corporation is separate from its individual owners, or shareholders, who own stock in the company.
Corporations are taxable entities, which shields the individual owners or shareholders from personal liability for the liabilities and debts of the corporation, with some limited exceptions – such as unpaid taxes. Corporate law encompasses all of the legal issues that corporations can face. Corporations are subject to numerous regulations they must follow in order to enoy the tax and other benefits corporations receive.
JTI’s Corporate law professionals are trained in the legal formation of corporations. These attorneys also construct joint ventures, licensing arrangements, mergers, acquisitions, and the countless other transactions entered into by corporations. No matter whether for a company, for a shareholder, for a corporate body or for a member of the management – we advise you in all areas of law of private partnerships and corporations.
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