Our corporate attorneys focus on finding business-oriented solutions to address our clients’ legal needs. Clients from a broad range of industries, such as technology, manufacturing and distribution, agri-business, professional services, e-commerce, hospitality, and health care rely on us to provide responsible and practical solutions that will help anchor a business for the long term.
We counsel clients on the full life cycle of a company, including:
- Entity formation and structure
- Financing and capitalization
- Governing documents
- Operation and management
- Technology acquisition and licensing
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Business succession planning
- Supply and distribution agreements
- Secured transactions and debt recovery
- Shareholder agreements
- Federal and state taxation
- Executive compensation
We work closely with our colleagues in related practices, including Real Estate, Financial Services, Intellectual Property, and Employment, to ensure our clients receive the professional support and guidance they need to meet their goals for successfully managing their businesses.
Contact one of the attorneys in our Business group to learn more about how we can assist you.
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