Corporate Commercial Law Firm in Chandigarh
We provide legal and commercial advice on day-to-day operations, regulatory issues, and corporate and government affairs for A&A’s Commercial Corporate practice.
To this aim, we help customers establish legally viable business models as well as strategic alliances. We also aid in resolving intricate legal disputes and laws as well as tackling various challenges making us one of the finest corporate law companies in Chandigarh.
The attorneys at Ahlawat & Associates have extensive expertise in assisting clients on critical corporate transactions.
To ensure consumer protection and efficacy, our commercial lawyers have a thorough understanding of business laws and corporate finance, as well as the ability to translate that knowledge into practical agreements that ensure effective compliance and regulatory compliance.
Company SecretarialAccordingly, A&A offers a wide range of business-related services which help in setting up a corporate business entity, notably “Business Set-Up Services” and “Regular Compliance Services”.
Commercial ContractsLegal expertise accompanied by major professional experience and a results-driven approach is the hallmarks of A&A’s Chandigarh corporate attorneys.
Corporate RestructuringA&A’s Corporate Restructuring practice combines our understanding of the local regulatory regime and Indian tax law with industry-specific knowledge to build innovative mechanisms for rebuilding projects.
Intellectual PropertyAs a byproduct of its success, A&A’s Intellectual Property (IP) law practice is considered one of the finest in India. In addition to Trademark Law, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Design Law and Geographical Indications, we have accumulated a wealth of relevant expertise in other IP-related fields as well.
Amongst the many areas of specialization that our team takes pride in are as follow:
- Share & Purchase Agreements
- Company Secretarial
- Company Setup / Incorporation
- Corporate and Commercial Contracts
- Corporate Restructuring
- Debt Recovery
- Due Diligences
- Employment/ Human Resources and Labour
- Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Regulations
- India Entry Strategy
- IT and software
- Data protection
- Intellectual Property
- Joint Ventures
- Licenses & Registrations
- Commercial Litigation
- Mergers & Acquisitions (including cross border transactions)
- Private Equity & Venture Capital
- Tax (direct and indirect)
- Transaction Documentation / Shareholder Agreements
- Standard terms and conditions & Privacy Policies
- We constantly advise an eSports brand from a major Indian city on its regular day-to-day legal advisory which includes, drafting and negotiating contracts and agreements, Intellectual property and others.
- We have advised on complex commercial arrangements relating to a valuation service for a high-end personal lender.
- We have advised on exporting and importing arrangements for a pharma giant.
Few most frequently asked questions on corporate commercial. Feel free to contact us for any other queries.
What does corporate commercial law mean?
Corporate and commercial legal practice includes a wide range of legal issues when it comes to drafting commercial contracts and agreements. It broadly entails all corporate legal work during the entire lifecycle of the company. This also includes M&A, transactional advisory along with a broad range of practice areas such as franchising, intellectual property and sometimes litigation.
What are the types of corporate laws?
Corporate law is the body of laws, rules, regulations and practices that govern the formation and operation of corporations. It’s the body of law that regulates legal entities that exist to conduct business.
What are the advantages of hiring a corporate lawyer?
You need a lawyer to help you set up your chart of accounts, review your numbers periodically, and prepare all of your necessary central, state and local tax returns.
Why choose A&A as your corporate law firm in Chandigarh?
A&A commercial corporate practice has both the in-depth knowledge of business laws and corporate finance as well as the practical advantage of execution into effective compliance and regulatory agreements covering distribution agreements, labor, and employment, joint ventures, etc.
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