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What is a corporate attorney?

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A corporate attorney is a lawyer who specializes in corporate law. Working as a lawyer represents the practical application of legal theory and knowledge to solve real problems or to advance the interests of those who retain (i.e., hire) lawyers for legal services. There are many laws that regulate corporations, and there are lawyers who practice these types of laws daily. Thus they are knowledgeable in corporate law and companies hire these types of lawyers to deal with their legalities. There are many types of lawyers that work in different aspects of the law, ie: criminal lawyers, tort lawyers, civil defense lawyers, etc. Hope this answers your question :)

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