Corporate & Business Law

.Corporate and Business Law

The Mission of the Section is to serve the public, the profession and the Section by furthering the development and improvement of business law, educating Section members in business law and related professional responsibilities, and helping Section members to serve their clients competently, efficiently and professionally.

Business.gov, the official business link to the U.S. Government, is managed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in a partnership with 21 other federal agencies. This partnership, known as Business Gateway, is a Presidential E-government initiative that provides a single access point to government services and information to help the nation’s businesses with their operations.

Starting a company, employment law, business legal structure, where to incorporate…

This paper focuses on corporation law in the United States as it relates to capital contributions and capital maintenance.

This site has been set up for educational purposes to meet the needs of lecturers and students of Australian corporate law and is designed to complement Understanding Company Law

Latest business news about EU law, legal issues and the European Court of Justice

A bimonthly online journal that provides analysis of developments in European business law, including news on specific countries and coverage of EU directives, legislation, treaties, case notes and other related matters. Professional and academic interests.

Broad ranging material on business laws, regulations, structuring, capital, taxes, securities, employment, contracts, labor & more

Choosing a Legal Structure; Legal Structures Comparison; Sole Proprietorships; Partnerships; “C” & “S” Corporations; Limited-Liability Company; Nonprofit Corporation; Incorporation; Bylaws;

Corporate Crime

The Center for Corporate Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan public interest organization working to curb corporate abuses and make corporations publicly accountable.

What Is “White Collar Crime”? What Should Businesses Do To Prevent Or Respond To White Collar Crime? When Can A Business Be Charged With An Offense? How Can A Business Be “Punished” If It Is Convicted Of A Crime?

Twenty Things You Should Know About Corporate Crime; Top 100 False Claims Act Settlements;

A Research Guide to International and U.S. Federal Laws on White-Collar Crime

Associations Involved With Business Law

The Association for Corporate Growth, Inc. is a global association for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions.

The ABTL was founded in Los Angeles in 1972 to provide a collegial forum for the discussion of business litigation issues. From the very start, the ABTL has been committed to promoting and enhancing communications between the bar and the federal and state benches.

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), the in-house bar associationSM, serves the professional needs of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations and other private sector organizations worldwide. ACC promotes the common interests of its members, improves the understanding of the role of in-house attorneys, provides useful and practical resources and programs, and ensures that members have a voice on issues of most concern.

The Corporate and Business Law Association (CBLA) was established to focus on current corporate trends and business laws and to evaluate how they impact the legal community today and in the future. The mission of the CBLA is to create a gateway for students to integrate with the Columbus legal community by fostering a professional atmosphere for networking, learning, and mentoring.

ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) is the voice of world business championing the global economy as a force for economic growth, job creation and prosperity.

Recent Publications about Corporate and Business Law