What’s the difference between corporate law and commercial law?
Corporate law looks after the lifecycle of a company and includes everything from forming a company, merging businesses, to closing a company down. The people involved in the company are looked after through corporate law, including employees, shareholders and boards.
Commercial law is more focused on how your business transacts with a third party, for example, contracts and terms of engagement.
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