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Corporate Lawyer

A corporate lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in corporation law. The role of a corporate lawyer is to ensure the legality of commercial transactions, advising corporations on their legal rights and duties, including the duties and responsibilities of corporate officers.

Corporate lawyers ensure the legality of business practices and transactions. Working for all sizes of corporations, these professionals must understand laws and regulations to help their clients and companies work within legal boundaries.

Corporate lawyers also study and draft contracts, facilitate mergers, and handle human resources issues when they reach the judicial level. While television shows often portray corporate lawyers and always in court or out rubbing elbows with the social elite, a vast portion of a corporate lawyer’s job involves studying laws and and drafting necessary documents. While corporate lawyers do enjoy the benefits of specializing in commerce, there also is a great deal of hard work involved.

Corporate lawyers are experts in business law and all related concepts. They defend clients and provide legal advisement, assistance and advocacy to corporations or government agencies in financial, securities or real estate law and other similar areas. Corporate lawyers are responsible for understanding, defending and upholding any and all legal matters related to business and corporate affairs. Corporate lawyers may advise or defend individual client or corporations in issues related to taxation, patents, mergers and acquisitions, global economics, securities, accounting, business contracts and more.

Corporate lawyers' primary responsibility is to ensure that their clients' business transactions are in compliance with the law. The corporate lawyer must research the law implicated by that transaction and advise his client of any negative effects it might create. In addition to their regular duties, corporate lawyers ensure that their clients' legal decisions translate to a strong bottom line.

Corporate lawyers are back-bone of large business organizations and they assist the business clients in variety of business tasks such as structure the business, business planning, filing taxes, and handling other financial transactions of business affairs. Such lawyers should be well versed with the corporate laws as well as have brief knowledge about the tax laws, intellectual property laws and accounting knowledge.