A commercial contract is a legal relationship, in its acrimonious standoff, the first legal hurdles to be met are Governing law; Applicable Jurisdiction; and Arbitration Clause as structured to apply to the contract. In its negotiations phase, these clauses largely are renegade to the last option and thus as referred to as midnight clause, these are glossed over in the finalization of the agreement and unless a full thought is given, if parties are from different geographies it results in litigation lawyers’ paradise.
The Firm acts and advises on complex corporate commercial litigation, including multi-jurisdictional commercial and trade disputes, company law disputes in litigation and arbitration.
The Firm also is experienced in enforcing rights under shareholders’ agreements and initiating/defending proceedings concerning the oppression of shareholders and mismanagement of the company’s affairs. The Firm is actively involved in both thought leadership and acting in diverse proceedings relating to the recently introduced Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
Brus Chambers Commercial Contracts practice –BRUSCCC combines legal knowledge with deep sector experience and a can-do approach covering the full spectrum of commercial and business law issues.
Structuring | Corporate, Commercial