Definition: [ˈbɪznɪs ˈlɔːjə] is a highly qualified specialist in the field of business law. The main area of his activity is participation in court hearings, the collection of debts from counteragents, settlement of disputes between founders, as well as participation in labor and other disputes. He supports the enterprise regardless of its form of ownership from the moment of registration and until complete liquidation. The competence of a business lawyer includes the following tasks: registration of a newly created enterprise in state structures; introduction of changes in the statutory documents; compilation of all types of contracts, internal documents and agreements of the enterprise and control over their implementation; representation of the interests of the enterprise in state structures, in courts; study of regulations and tax laws in the context of the activities of the enterprise.
Business lawyer In a Sentence:
The main requirements for a business lawyer are legal literacy and the ability to make correct, far-sighted decisions.
A business lawyer monitors changes in tax legislation and, thanks to his promptness officials do not allow distortions in financial statements.
Synonyms and related words: legal services, the company lawyer, business law