Business & Corporate Law
Whether you’re just getting started and looking to form a new LLC, are currently operating an established business and need guidance on a new legal issue you’ve encountered, or whether it’s finally time to sell that company you’ve worked so hard to build over the years, the attorneys at Jenner, Pattison, Sutter & Wynn, LLP are ready to help you with all of your business & corporate law needs.
We provide sound advice and counsel in matters essential to successful business operations, such as:
- Business formations: We assist clients with the formation of an LLC, PC or other business startup. Choosing the correct form of business entity can provide significant advantages and help business owners minimize exposure to critical liability risks.
- Contracts and transactions: We draft and review contracts and assist with business transactions. We offer assistance with business contracts, buy and sell agreements, covenants not to compete and other employee contracts, mergers and acquisitions, partnership ventures, shareholder agreements, non‑compete agreements, and other contracts and transactions.
- Litigation: We represent business owners in contract disputes, partnership disputes, lease and real estate disputes, business dissolution disputes, stockholder litigation, and other business & corporate law issues. We represent clients at all phases of dispute resolution, including pre‑claim negotiations, mediation, arbitration and trial.
- Business succession planning: Succession planning involves all matters that relate to the act of ensuring that the business is taken over or acquired by the person or entity to which you wish it to pass. Too often, individuals fail to plan for this very important continuum in their business planning, and valuable time and resources have to be diverted to deal with matters following the withdrawal or death of a business principal. Our attorneys work together closely to ensure that each is kept abreast of the latest business & corporate law trends and up to date with tax laws to ensure that financial disruptions are minimized and businesses are empowered to continue their operations without unnecessary challenges.