The attorneys in our Corporate Services Group provide comprehensive and sophisticated legal services to start-up and emerging businesses, family-owned and other closely-held companies, multinational and publicly-traded corporations and non-profit corporations.
Our clients come from diverse industries, including manufacturing, high technology, financial services, energy, sports, life sciences, health care, construction, education, and real estate, as well as the non-profit sector.
We are committed to developing a close relationship with each of our clients and understanding their business opportunities and risks so that we can provide them with high quality and cost-effective legal services. For many of our clients, we serve as outside general counsel, working closely with their senior management teams and providing strategic and tactical legal advice.
The Corporate Services Group helps our clients develop business structures that maximize business opportunities and flexibility and minimize regulatory and tax implications. We advise clients in connection with choice of entity and entity formation, corporate governance, commercial transactions, preparation of contracts and the creation of joint ventures and strategic alliances. Our corporate clients often call on us to create or review their internal policies and procedures and counsel them on how best to navigate employment law issues.
Our M&A attorneys have extensive experience handling large and small mergers and acquisitions on both the buy-side and sell-side. We provide advice on transactional structures, tax and regulatory issues, governance and fiduciary duties, as well as perform due diligence, negotiate transaction terms and documentation, and assist with post-closing integration or wind-up. We team with our clients’ other service providers including accountants, investment bankers, and financial planners to provide the client with comprehensive and effective representation. We help clients finance their transactions through traditional and alternative financial institutions, venture capital and private equity firms, investment banks and private or public offerings of equity and debt securities.