Friday, 14 February 2014

The role of a Corporate Lawyer is to ensure the legality of commercial transactions. They must have knowledge of statutory laws and regulations passed by Singapore government agencies in order to help their clients achieve their goals within the law.

To represent their clients, corporate layers will need to have a sound knowledge in the areas of;
  • Drafting of commercial agreements

  • Advising and Drafting of Employment Contracts for Employers.

  • Advising the employees on their rights.

  • Advising Directors of companies on their rights and duties.

  • Advising on termination negotiation and compromise agreements.

  • Retrenchment packages.

  • Restrictive covenant enforcement and confidentiality obligations.

  • Libel, Defamation and Reputation.

A Good Corporate Lawyer must have an incisive mind and be an excellent communicator. Throughout the process, lawyers constantly write and revise the legal documentation which will bind parties to certain terms and conditions for the required transactions which are to take place. This process is lengthy and Corporate lawyers can be expected to work lengthy hours to achieve their client`s goals. For more details about our law services please visit