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Business Organization, Mergers & Acquisitions

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Our business attorneys manage all of the major legal activities that can arise in the formation and ongoing management of a business enterprise.

We help businesses with the following:

  • Business structure, formation, and capitalization
  • Mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and divestitures
  • Daily operations
  • Corporate governance counseling
  • Designing and monitoring employee benefit and executive compensation plans
  • Financing transactions
  • Negotiation and preparation of vendor, customer, and employment contracts
  • Corporate restructurings, workouts, and reorganizations
  • Succession planning
  • Exit strategies
  • Development and implementation of business and employment policies
  • Distribution, wales, and franchising
  • Business-related litigation, including shareholder disputes, defending director and officer liability claims, and business torts

Whether your industry is banking, financial services, manufacturing, distribution, automotive, giftware, radio, broadcasting, film production, engineering, architecture, construction, real estate, healthcare, or any other . . . we will provide you with no-nonsense assistance and practical solutions for a profitable business transaction.

Our Business Organization, Mergers & Acquisitions Professionals

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Please be advised that any response to this email does not create an attorney-client relationship and, therefore, no attorney-client privilege is attached by this communication. You should not send any confidential information to the firm until you have received a written agreement from the firm to perform legal services on your behalf. Unless you have received such a written agreement, we will not consider any correspondence you send us as confidential. Do you agree with these terms?
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