Corporate Law

Corporate law (also "company" or "corporations" law) is the practice or study of how shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community, and the environment interact with one another. Corporate law is a part of a broader companies law (or law of business associations). Other types of business associations can include partnerships ( governed by the Partnership Act 1890), or trusts (like a pension fund), or companies limited by guarantee (like some community organizations or charities). Under corporate law, corporations of all sizes have separate legal personality, with limited or unlimited liability for its shareholders. Shareholders control the company through a board of directors which, in turn, typically delegates control of the corporation's day-to-day operations to a full-time executive. Corporate law deals with firms that are incorporated or registered under the corporate or company law of a sovereign state or their subnational states.

The firm’s area of expertise in corporate advisory services includes: –

  • Management of international integration following acquisitions.
  • Inward and Outward Investments.
  • Structuring Management Buy-Outs and Buy-Ins.
  • Subscription and Shareholders’ Agreements.
  • Joint Venture Agreements.
  • Private Equity Participation.
  • Transfer of Family Interests.
  • Mergers, Acquisitions and Disposals.
  • Legal Due Diligence prior to transactions.
  • Member’s Voluntary Liquidation (Winding Up).
  • Inter-Group Arrangements and Restructurings.