Business attorneys serve clients from small businesses to multinational corporations. At the local level, business lawyers help entrepreneurs choose the right business structures, follow regulations and strike deals, such as a lease for office space. For slightly larger businesses, attorneys can also give advice on mergers and acquisitions, managing money and people and entering the stock market. For very large businesses, business lawyers can help with SEC compliance and taxation issues along with these other tasks. And businesses litigators represent companies of all sizes in lawsuits affecting their work.