Corporate & Commercial

Corporate and commercial legal practice in India covers a wide range of business issues, such as corporate governance, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, securities regulations, and other related issues. The establishment, operation, and dissolution of corporations are governed by corporate law, as are the responsibilities and rights of directors, executives, and shareholders. The Companies Act of 2013, as amended, is the fundamental piece of legislation governing company law in India. Commercial law encompasses the legal concerns that arise from business transactions, such as contract law, sales of goods, banking and finance, intellectual property, competition law, and consumer protection laws. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 is the primary legislation that governs commercial law in India. In India, corporate and commercial law also includes counseling clients on regulatory compliance, risk management, and dispute resolution. Lawyers specialized in Corporate and Commercial practice help clients set up new firms, restructure existing ones, negotiate and create commercial contracts, secure regulatory clearances, and resolve disputes through litigation, arbitration, or other alternative dispute resolution techniques.

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