BUSINESS AND CORPORATE
The law firm of Dubail Judge offers advice and representation to companies and entrepreneurs on a broad range of business and corporate matters. We strive for immediacy when integrating representation across practice areas to provide comprehensive and effective solutions for our business and corporate clients. Legal counsel provided by our firm can begin with business formation decisions, carry through to day-to-day operations, and continue to protect your business and corporation as it grows.
How can we help ensure your company’s success?
- Let us focus on the details so that you can focus on building your brand. Preparation for any and all legal contingency can be the difference between a bump in the road and overcoming a mountain. The qualified attorneys at Dubail Judge can help you handle any issues that might arise.
- A successful business attorney must have a holistic understanding of the intersections of various areas of the law. For example, any corporate legal advice must be merged with small business and government contract regulatory requirements. We have significant experience in cross-over practice areas involving recertification, affiliation, joint ventures, and review of government contracts.
ALL PRACTICE AREAS
How will the attorneys of Dubail Judge help me with business and corporate issues?
Attorneys who work in business and corporate law serve the corporation or business entity by protecting the interests of the corporation first. In addition to providing general legal counsel, we can help with mergers and acquisitions, trademarks, tax law, bankruptcy, employment, real estate, international commercial law, and more.
What are the major characteristics of corporate law?
There are five main characteristics of corporate law — legal personality, limited liability, transferable shares, delegated management, and investor ownership. Corporations are separate entities from their owners, meaning owners’ personal assets are not tied to that of the organization. Usually, a corporation has a board of directors or officers who can help make decisions about the corporation alongside the corporation’s investors.
What are the major characteristics of business law?
Business law applies to laws that dictate the rules of interaction between people and commercial entities. Usually, business law can broadly be broken down into two sections — regulation of commercial entities via laws of partnership, company, bankruptcy, or agency and regulation of the commercial transactions by the laws of contract and the Uniform Commercial Code. Seasoned attorneys skilled at business law aim to prevent issues that might be harmful to the business or cause legal disputes.