Does corporate law include litigation?
Litigation is the process by which legal action is taken. This is usually in the form of a lawsuit that involves a plaintiff and a defendant, both of those parties are called litigants. The lawyers representing the parties are called litigators.
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Corporate law is often defined as the legal practice impacting the day-to-day business of a corporation. This can include items such as mergers,...
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