How to create your legal entity, knowing the rights, responsibilities, liabilities and how shareholders play a part.
Assist in formation of a LLC or limited liability company which creates legal protections for your personal assets. This includes creation of operating agreements.
When two or more individuals decide to go into business, they form a partnership so that both partners contribute to the business and share profits and losses of the business.
A binding contract between the shareholders of a corporation, which includes the shareholders' rights, privileges, protections and obligations.
Operating agreements used by LLCs include protecting the business' limited liability status, clarifying verbal agreements and protecting your agreement in the eyes of your state.
A written legal agreement between partners of a business. This includes how the business should be run, duties and responsibilities of each partner, and more.
Purchase of a business, also known as business acquisition, is when a buyer obtains all assets of another company.
Determining the selling a business in forms of an asset sale, stock sale or a direct or indirect merger.
A shareholder buyout should be set in a legal contract known as a buyout agreement, also known as a buy-sell agreement. It controls when and how shares in a corporation can be bought and sold. Some examples of events that trigger a shareholder buyout are retirement, bankruptcy, divorce, death, and more.
A partner buyout should be set in a legal contract known as a buyout agreement, also known as a buy-sell agreement. It controls when and how shares in a corporation can be bought and sold. This contract is between the owners of a business and will show how the future sale or buyout of an owner’s interest will be handled.
Includes the buying and selling of shareholder’s stock from an existing business where the seller does not retain legal entity.
Includes the buying and selling of assets from an existing business where the seller retains legal entity and the buyer acquires individual assets (ex. equipment, telephone number, licenses, etc.)
Where the buyer acquires a company’s stock from the selling shareholders.
When one company purchases another company through assets instead of stocks.
An agreement between employer and employee defining the terms and conditions of employment. This includes expectations, obligations, termination and more.
A sale agreement includes the terms and conditions for those buying or selling a product or service.
Agreements between customer and client regarding service that will be provided. This includes deadlines, payment, conditions, etc.
Understanding, evaluating and negotiating your commercial lease terms.
Legally binding agreements such as sales, general business, employment, and property contracts that include the parties involved, terms, considerations, etc.
A document given to employees by the employer outlining operating procedures, policies, expectations, and more.
Regulations that protect employees’ wages, working conditions, benefits, and other rights.
Laid out in a commercial contract in regards to which type and minimum amounts of insurance the parties agree to provide in connection with their performance.
A legal agreement on how the operators of the website will collect, store, protect, and utilize personal data provided by its users.
“Any transfer of signs, signals, writing, images, sounds, data, or intelligence of any nature transmitted in whole or in part by a wire, radio, electromagnetic, photoelectric or photo optical system that affects interstate or foreign commerce.” United States v. Reed, 575 F.3d 900 (9th Cir. Cal. 2009).
Protection of your intellectual property, which includes authorship of original works (art, music, literary, etc.)
Registering your business as a trademark so that others may not use the same or similar name.
These are intellectual property rights that cannot be used or disclosed from outside a limited group of persons.
NDA or Non-disclosure agreement establishes a confidential relationship. It protects business and trade secrets.