The sophisticated and complicated issues of modern day commercial world require nuanced understanding and expertise of commercial laws. This very complexity and diversity of issues involved necessitate comprehending commercial realities and problems in their totality. Yet, current commercial laws are usually engaged in a disconnected fashion. Evidently, such piecemeal analysis and examination in the academic world offer inadequate response to an otherwise complex problem of real-world. This remoteness and disconnection between the two worlds has created a rift in policy making and problem solving.