Business and Corporate

Our business and corporate lawyers are experienced in drafting, negotiating, and preparing corporate documents and in effectively resolving business disputes related to corporations or small business ventures.

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Our business lawyers and corporate attorneys are knowledgeable in all aspects of general business law, including but not limited to, setting up entities, joint ventures, buy-sell agreements, and corporate governance documents.

 

Our business lawyers and corporate attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in disputes involving:

  • Business Fraud

  • Business Taxation

  • Business Trusts

  • Buy-Sell Agreements

  • Closely Held Business

  • Emerging Business

  • Family Business

  • Joint Ventures

  • Minority Business

  • Privatization

  • Small Business

  • Trade Association

Corporate Attorneys

Our corporate attorneys have experience advising clients in corporate matters including:

  • Corporations

  • LLCs

  • LLPs

  • Minority shareholders

  • Nonprofit corporations

  • Partnerships

  • Professional corporations

  • Subchapter S corporations

Experienced Business and Corporate Attorneys 

Business law is the legal area that governs the operations of business activities. Business law is often viewed as a branch of civil law and involves matters of both private and public law. Business transactions lawyers enforce corporate and business contracts, employment activities (hiring and firing), and the manufacturing and sales of goods. Several regulatory bodies and agencies control the operation and conduct of business as well as legal matters associated with safety, privacy, environment, and compliance.

 

Business law also deals with issues such as starting, selling or buying a business, managing a business, dealing with employees, and interpreting contracts. Business law often involves commercial law, including advertising and marketing, collections and bankruptcy, banking, contracts, and negotiable instruments. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is the primary authority that governs commercial transactions. The UCC is divided into nine articles, covering a broad spectrum of issues that arise in commercial transactions. The UCC has been adopted in substantial part by Alabama.

Our business lawyers and corporate attorneys are distinguished by a history of successful representation of corporations and businesses in Alabama, both in and out of the courtroom.

 

For experienced representation in a business dispute or corporate issue, contact us.

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