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COMMERCIAL LAW

A commercial lawyer can be an immaculate tool with the smooth running of your business or company and making sure you are equipped and protected in the case of any legal issues you may face. We offer corporate legal services that are consistent, amiable, and reliable. We handle a wide range of commercial legal matters, from commercial property leases and litigation to employment law and ongoing business solutions.

We provide services in the following areas of commercial law:

Contract Law: Contract law seeks to regulate the formation and enforcement of contracts. It sets out the essential elements of a valid contract and the remedies available to parties in the case of a breach of contract.
Business Regulations: This set of law covers government rules and regulations for business organizations, factories, trade unions, and labour.

Corporate Law: This is where corporations get their power from. Corporate law deals with formation, management, and termination of corporations. It sets out legal provisions for issues such as election of directors, raising of capital, prevention of insider trading, distribution of dividends, redemption of shares, and mergers and acquisitions.

Intellectual Property Law: This is an umbrella law that provides for patenting of inventions and copyrighting of creative work.

Employment Law: Our employment law team is experienced in dealing with the broad range of employment and workplace relations matters and for organisations of all descriptions. We have a comprehensive knowledge of the legislation and will provide timely advice across the full range of employment related issues. We establish trust and support our clients in resolving issues and managing future risk. We cover the following aspects of employment law:

  • Preparing tailored employment contracts;
  • advising on employee issues;
  • drafting exit agreements and deeds of release;
  • protection of intellectual property and confidential information in the employment/contractor environment;
  • advising large and small businesses in relation to employment disputes, including unfair dismissal claims and breach of contract matters;
  • attending court appearances, mediation and compulsory conferences.

For professional advice on Corporate Law in Australia, or on any associated matters, please contact us on 02 8233 6191 or email to enquiries@sellanesclark.com.