Commercial law, also referred to as business law or corporate law, is a division of civil law. Civil law governs the rights and responsibilities of individuals, businesses and government entities in their interactions with each other.
Commercial law covers a vast range of matters and focuses on the laws that govern commerce, trade, sales and merchandising, as well as the businesses and individuals who participate in those activities.
Our lawyers understand that any aspect of commercial law can be complex, which is why we work closely with our clients to learn about their situation, understand their objectives and provide cutting-edge legal advice in the following areas of law.
Any aspect of business law can be complex regardless of monetary amounts involved. At Argent Law we are experts in providing businesses of all sizes across numerous industries with practical and cost-effective business law advice.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Business structures such as companies, trusts, partnerships and joint ventures;
- Contract drafting and reviewing;
- Shareholders agreements;
- Employment agreements;
- Dispute resolution; and
Our lawyers always work to be as cost-effectively and practically as possible so you can focus on what’s important to you, building your businesses!
Argent Law can assist in the preparation or review of the following agreements:
- Distribution and Supply Agreements;
- IP Licence Agreements;
- Management Agreements;
- Exclusivity Agreements;
- Confidentiality Agreements; and
Banking and Finance
We can assist our clients, from individuals, small businesses and corporations with advice and structuring for all banking and finance related matters.
Our firm has extensive experience in relation to corporate and personal finance matters and is affiliated with Argent Financial Services and Argent Accounting whom can assist to navigate the correct product and avenue for you.
We can assist our clients with securing finance, review and advice in relation to mortgage and guarantees and indemnity documentation, banking litigation and the successful enforcement of security interests.