Here’s how the law can benefit the business by James McDonald

Law takes care of the business’s structure, creativity, and relationships by protecting the business and by growing it. It is important to note that the right business entity can safeguard the personal assets from liability and can save people from certain tax exposure. For instance, a trademark can protect the brand from being used by others and the copyright can protect the original work from distribution, copying, use and related activities by others. On the other hand, agreements look after the interests of the business and the commitments it makes in its relations. All these protections give the business owner complete peace of mind.

What James McDonald Has To Say

James McDonald, an Irish barrister explains how law can help organizations carry on business without hassle.

Experts say that laws can help a business to grow by helping them in carrying out the right task and adhere to government policies and norms. The law can offer benefits not only to the business owner but also to the employees. This is why James McDonald says that every business irrespective of their size and popularity and income should abide by the right set of laws. However, it is not always easy for the common people to understand about the laws in detail and thus they should take help of an experienced lawyer who can help them with all details related to law and choose the right ones.

A lawyer can quickly help the business lawyer to realize whether they would require an additional help   particularly with complex tax matters, or any other dedicated assistance. A well-connected lawyer will be able to quickly refer the individual to other professionals that can offer the assistance and the guidance that the business requires.

James McDonald is a celebrated Irish lawyer, who has been working as a Junior Counsel in the Bar of Ireland since 2006. He specializes in litigation and courtroom advocacy and common law jurisdiction. After obtaining the degree in journalism, Mr. McDonald went on to study law to become a barrister. He also established his own consultancy firm, Model Communications, which serves clients like former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern.

Mr. McDonald is often referred to as a “miracle man,” who has fully recovered from an accident that almost cost him his leg. After almost seven years following the accident, he obtained the degree in journalism and worked with the “Sunday World,”. He even pursued law studies and became a barrister, and functioned as a writer for the blockbuster comedy satire show “Nob Nation.” He has also been a student-athlete at Dublin City University, where he was a top hurler. Mr. McDonald has been named Wexford’s Young Hurler of the Year in the year 2000 and he has also held membership at the Wexford senior county panel. Apart from being such a renowned personality and a successful barrister, he established the first hurling club to play out of the King’s Inns, the lawful institution that opened in the 16th century, under the supremacy of King Henry VIII.