Closely Held, Emerging, and Publicly Held
Selecting the proper form of organization through which a client will conduct business involves navigating an array of complex issues, a task for which Nyemaster Goode’s Business Organizations attorneys are well equipped to perform. Our attorneys work closely with clients of all sizes and levels of business experience, as well as their independent advisors, to determine whether a sole proprietorship, unincorporated association, business trust, cooperative, corporation, Sub S corporation, limited liability company, joint venture, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership or other form of business organization is appropriate for the client’s business. Whether the client is an emerging company in the earliest stages of its development, an established privately held or family owned business, or a large publicly traded company, our attorneys handle all aspects of the business organization’s legal needs by assembling an experienced team of attorneys from its other practice areas to address all legal matters, including Corporate Finance, Venture Capital, and Securities; Tax, Estate Planning, and Employee Benefits; Labor and Employment; Banking and Secured Transactions; Intellectual Property; Real Estate; Construction and Development; Environmental; Franchise and Distribution; Governmental Affairs; Litigation; regulatory compliance; succession planning; buy-sell agreements; and any other client service needs.
Our attorneys assist clients with organization selection and with ongoing maintenance of the organization, such as filing required reports, annual meetings and minutes, special meetings and minutes, notices, proxies, amending and restating organizational documents, and advising of recent law changes that impact the clients’ business organizations. Our Business Organizations attorneys partner with their business clients to provide comprehensive legal services tailored to meet each client’s special needs.