Corporate law and litigation both have their own pros and cons when choosing a career in the legal industry. Both are also high in demand throughout the country.
But what is the difference between corporate law and litigation?
Corporate law vs litigation
Corporate law, as the name suggests, is based around corporations and their formation, their connection with other businesses, and their interactions with government, tax organisations, and the public. The role of a corporate attorney is to ensure that a business is operating within the law. Corporate attorneys will deal with a range of issues from contracts to shareholder issues and will often be involved in areas such as taxes, procuring assets or money and mergers and acquisitions. Continue reading
Law firms could begin to rely more heavily on artificial intelligence (AI) for decisions on the best strategic course to take in the future, according to a Law Society study. Continue reading
Facing a driving offence prosecution can be a frightening experience. You may have been caught speeding, or you may have received a careless driving charge and you may be worried about the future. Continue reading
The national insurance number is a number, which is assigned to you, when you apply for a national insurance. It is very important, and you should keep it handy and at a safe place, for avoiding troubles in the future. But questions might come in your mind, why you should keep the national insurance number safe. Continue reading
Most of us need expert legal help in our lives and a solicitor can come in useful for many aspects of your business. But there are a range of different types of law and solicitors who specialise in certain areas, so it’s essential in finding the right one to meet your particular needs. Having a solicitor can come in useful for many aspects of your business. Regardless of the nature of your company, industry or sector, when it comes to establishing a start-up, you will come across legal issues. Continue reading
There is far more to making an investment than choosing a product and investing. Even if you get a good return on your investment, much of it can easily be lost to the taxman. It is possible to lose over 50% of your profit because of the taxes you have to pay. For this reason, tax efficient investing is important.
In the current economic climate, looking at the tax implications is even more important. This is because revenue returns on investments are relatively low, so it is even more important that you keep the bulk of your profit rather than giving it to the tax authorities.