What does it mean to be a business lawyer?

Business or transactional law is the practice of law that relates to money and commercial matters between people, businesses, and governments regulations of those matters. Generally, one can think about business law in two broad categories, the first being the regulation of the formation of business entities and the second being, the regulation of transactions, namely via contract law. Typically, a business attorney (also referred to as a “corporate attorney”) aims to assist their client (whether an individual or the business entity itself) by preventing problems that could put the business at risk of dispute or law suit.  Often times a business attorney spends most of their time out of court advising clients on strategic or overall goals and how best to avoid or minimize the legal risks to their business interests or commercial transactions, then drafting or filing the necessary paperwork to execute those strategies.

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