The Practice of Business Law

Business Law is sometimes called mercantile law or commercial law and refers to the laws the govern the dealings between people and commercial matters.

The practice of business law covers, any substantive areas and takes many forms.  The substantive areas of practice include contracts, tax, intellectual property (trademark, copyright, patent), entertainment, real property (real estate) transactions, labor and employment law, community development, environmental, Indian Law, water advertising, sports, international treaty, backing, aviation, transportation, and energy, to name just a few.

Business lawyers who practice law can be divided into two general categories: one comprised of those who do trial work (litigators) and those who focus on contractual work (transactional lawyers).  Business trial lawyers focus on disputes between business that end up in court.  They act just as any civil trial lawyers’ does, except that they litigate business issues (such as breach of a contract) rather than criminal law or personal injury.

Do not hesitate to contact the attorneys at Tishkoff PLC if you have any questions regarding business law or litigation. The attorneys at Tishkoff PLC law firm, located in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan, may be reached by phone or email. This contact information is available at Tishkoff PLC’s web site: www.Tish.Law.