Corporate Law

A corporation is a separate legal entity, with its own unique legal requirements and taxation obligations and benefits. If you are incorporating your business, drafting shareholder agreements, or undergoing a corporate restructuring, handling your corporation’s legal issues improperly can mean disaster for your business.

Corporate law encompasses a wide range of topics, such as securities, bankruptcy, contracts, and negotiations. A corporate lawyer also represents you when you have human resource problems or need to be in court for other reasons. If you own a corporation, you need the right legal representation to ensure that your legal concerns are handled correctly.

Managing a corporation is a huge undertaking. Because corporations often have many stakeholders, you are undoubtedly under a lot of pressure. A lot of people may depend on your business being successful—including shareholders, employees, and possibly a Board of Directors. You are also accountable to your customers that rely on your products and services. You want to avoid unwanted lawsuits or tax problems with Canada Revenue. Your business may also be undergoing a merger reorganization acquisition, which is a unique corporate transaction that involves an enormous amount of work, is stressful, and has specific legal concerns.

Corporate law is a Mackesy Syme area of speciality.

Your corporate lawyer is your trusted partner, who will work with you to make sure your legal issues are handled right. At Mackesy Smye, we understand the critical nature of corporate law, and will handle your corporate legal issues carefully and effectively.

Mackesy Smye’s team of dedicated professionals includes lawyers knowledgeable in the specialized area of corporate law. You can breathe easy, knowing your legal matters will be handled by Mackesy Smye’s skilled and committed corporate law experts.

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