The Corporate Sector is very potential sector in Bangladesh. It is booming and enriching day by day. It has a great contribution to the economy of our country. The sector is to comply with some laws, rules, regulations as well as practices of the Country. And these are called corporate law and practice.
In the Corporate World or Corporate Sector, the importance of knowledge in corporate laws and practices can’t be denied in any way rather it bears an extensive significance in the business transactions. Almost each and every type of business deal in or transaction highly requires sufficient knowledge on corporate law and practice.
In the corporate arena, corporate law and practice have extensive application. If the corporate law and practice are learnt well, it will certainly make a great value to your career as well as your institutions. So, i think, for dealing the business matters in proper way, we need to have good knowledge of corporate laws and practices. It is most important not only for the employees but also for the employers of all types of institutions and organizations.
The corporate laws, rules, regulations culture, ethics, norms and values are the fundamental of any corporate body or institution. These are followed and complied with in almost each and every matter. Moreover, our corporate sector is largely engaging with the business transaction with the other countries of the world. In this regard, the transaction largely demands and requires the good knowledge on corporate laws and practices.
Last few years, I have practically worked on the corporate matter both in corporate chamber and corporate institutions and drafted many important and necessary corporate documents. And, I think, these may make better to your business and amplify the profit of your company, institution, organization as well as contribute to the economy of our Country.
The course has been designed to provide both theoretical as well as practical knowledge about all aspects and components of corporate law and practice. And this course will certainly make value to your knowledge and understanding in corporate laws and practices.
How the course will benefit the participants:
 Participants will learn the fundamental rules and provisions of corporate laws and practices.
 Participants will be able to protect their business from any loss due to unknown of any legal matters and compliance in Corporate Laws and Practices.
 Participants will be able to reduce the unnecessary legal costs in their business transactions.
 They will be able to boom their business by applying the appropriate provisions of law.
 Participants will also be able to protect their national interest as well as contribute to the economy of our Country.
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Mr. Monirul Islam
Assistant Judge,The Govt of the People's Republic of BD, Former Advocate, Supreme Court of BD
Mr. Monirul Islam is an Assistant Judge of the Government of the People`s Republic of Bangladesh. His present working station is at the District and Sessions Judge Court, Jamalpur.
Formally, he was a Corporate Lawyer. He has the knowledge of Drafting Contracts, Corporate Law, Labor Law, Taxation, International Agreements, ADR, Writ matters etc.
He was the Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He was the Member of Dhaka Bar Association and Dhaka Taxes Bar Association.
Mr. Islam successfully completed his LLB (Hon's) from Dhaka University and LLM (Master of Laws) from the same University.
Mr. Islam worked as an Associate of a Corporate Law Firm named Legacy Legal Corporate. He has legal knowledge on Banking and Company Matters. He has also special knowledge on local, foreign & joint venture investment process in Bangladesh. He has significant experience of working with public and private sectors and thus having national and international orientation.
Mr. Islam has worked in drafting the Intellectual Property Policy of Bangladesh with the WIPO, a specialized body of United Nations and DPDT of the Ministry of Industries, Bangladesh. He has also tremendously worked with the DGDA; the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and other Government Institutions in drafting the new Drugs Law of Bangladesh. He has special practice in Trademarks, patent as well as IP issues and Agreements/Contract (Both Local and International). Mr. Islam has also worked with the Ministry of Forests on drafting the Rules on Forests Matters in Bangladesh. He trains up the entrepreneurs on legal matters.
Mr. Islam has experience in teaching as a guest lecturer in distinguished educational institutions. He worked as the Adjunct Faculty Member of some Universities of Bangladesh e.g. the Northern University of Bangladesh (NUB), the People's University of Bangladesh (PUB).