Corporate & Business
Finding a Corporate Law Attorney
There are three main categories of corporate law: General Business Law, Business Conflict and Disputes Law, and Corporate Transactions. Corporate attorneys have a hand in nearly all areas of business.
Our attorneys help new businesses draft startup plans, established business owners draft succession plans, and aid businesses in contract drafting needs all along the way. We tactfully assist businesses in the midst of labor law issues and business disputes. Additionally, we’ve come alongside businesses in the midst of merger and acquisition transitions. Whatever your business law needs, the MOL team will bring their experience, knowledge, and care to your case.
Corporate Law Services
- Entity Formation and Governance
- Contract Review/Drafting
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Employment Law
- Commercial Real Estate
- Lending Transactions
- Financial Services
- Business to Business (B2B) Disputes
When to Hire a Business Lawyer
The best time to hire a business lawyer is before a complaint or issue ever arises. New businesses should consult with a legal team during the start-up process to ensure new employees and business-to-business relations are handled with clarity and care. Existing businesses may bring a legal team on board to help handle specific business or employee conflicts. Additionally, as businesses scale, new contracts and documents may be required to protect the company from growth risks.
For assistance with any corporate law needs, contact us. The May Oberfell Lorber team is equipped and ready to assist businesses in the Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan region.
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