Are you thinking of starting a business but have no idea what organizational structure is best for you? Or perhaps your family has operated a business for years and you now find yourself in need of a succession plan to keep the business going? Or maybe the life of your business or non-profit has run its course, you need to wind matters up, but you don’t know where to begin?
Every business client deserves quality legal advice which is tailored to their particular needs. Accordingly, our business law practice is based on the belief that a lawyer should understand the nature and goals of his or her client’s business. When advising our business clients, we consider factors such as our client’s short and long-term plans for growth or expansion, the practical contingencies or risks of the business, the particular markets in which the business will operate, labor requirements, tax considerations, and our client’s management philosophy. Your business does not operate from an ivory tower, and neither should your lawyer.
Whether your business is a single-member LLC or a corporation, we provide our business clients with practical and experienced advice in all areas of business law, including:
- Corporate Organization and Structuring
- Shareholder or Buy/Sell Agreements
- Purchase and Sale of a Business
- Trade Secrets and Confidential Disclosure Agreements
- Trademark Registration and Protection
- Commercial Real Estate Leases
- Sales and Leases of Goods
- License Agreements
- Manufacturing Agreements
- Supply Agreements
- Distribution Agreements
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Construction Agreements
- Non-Competition Agreements
- Labor and Employment
- Commercial Litigation
Please contact Michelle M. King at firstname.lastname@example.org, Thomas C. Baudler at email@example.com, or by telephone at 800-351-2393, to ask any questions or to make an appointment.