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A common question we often hear is ‘what exactly is the difference between commercial and corporate law and what do commercial lawyers do?’

In simple terms, Commercial Law is the law governing how best to advise companies and sole traders on business-related issues. Areas of work can range from Consultancy agreements to standard business terms and conditions.

Corporate law is the law governing corporate governance and involves preparing and advising paperwork necessary to ensure corporate bodies act in accordance with applicable corporate legislation.

At Hibberts, our Commercial lawyers advise their clients on a host of issues which effect their businesses on a day to day basis ranging from reviewing contracts to advising upon sales and acquisitions of businesses.

We understand the need to receive clear and reliable advice so you can focus on running your business. Offering a full range of company and commercial law services we are able to give practical and professional advice in a timely and cost-effective manner.

We know how important your business is to you and we understand you need to trust and know the person who is advising you. Our commercial experts’ diverse experience means that no matter your commercial query, you will deal with the same advisor throughout. We find that this personalised and dedicated approach means that our team is able to develop a deep understanding of your business and will be able to identify how best to protect the same.

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