Corporate & Business

Our corporate and business team assists our clients with the key phases of their development and growth, beginning with their formation, continuing through their operations cycle and culminating with their exit options.

Entity Formation and Infrastructure
We assist clients with the formation and dissolution of various forms of entities and the establishment of the appropriate legal infrastructure depending upon the business' needs. We regularly prepare and implement shareholders agreements, buy-sell agreements, employment agreements, stock option plans, intellectual property licenses, distribution, manufacturing and marketing agreements, sales representative agreements and trademark and service mark applications.

General Counsel Services
For our typical client we operate as "outside general counsel." This includes, among others, representation concerning maintenance of legal entities, contract negotiation, trade secret issues and general legal matters as they arise on a day-to-day basis. Our corporate team is on stand-by to quickly resolve the issues that confront our clients.

Commercial Transactions
Our attorneys regularly assist our clients with the negotiation, structuring and implementation of a wide variety of commercial transactions including manufacturing, development, supplier, consulting and distribution agreements.

Mergers and Acquisitions
We work with businesses to guide them through the difficult process of closing mergers, acquisitions and other similar transactions. Our team is heavily involved in mergers and acquisitions transactions representing both buyers and sellers of relatively simple "main street" acquisitions and complex middle-market transactions up to $35,000,000 in value.

Capital Raising Transactions
We work with our clients to reach their growth targets by assisting with a wide variety of debt and securities offerings and other private placements.

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