Practice Area

Business Law

Our business law attorneys can help you create your business, from corporations and limited liability companies to partnerships, and advise you on the day-to-day legal matters that are a part of your business. We draft the documents that help you accomplish your business goals.

Using our extensive experience representing both buyers and sellers in business acquisitions, we will guide you in matters from mergers and acquisitions through stock or asset purchase arrangements. We provide counsel regarding the form a sale or acquisition should take, always working to protect the interests of the party we represent in the transaction.

At Young Moore, your business is our business. We assist you with corporate reorganizations, preparation and review of contracts and other business documents, risk management, employee relations, creation of appropriate employment and fringe benefit programs, protection of trade secrets, and other matters of importance to business owners.

We assist in defining the relationships between owners by providing advice concerning buy/sell arrangements and preparing shareholder agreements and LLC operating agreements. We are experienced in the issues related to the adverse interests of majority and minority shareholders and are equipped to address issues related to the protection of the interests of either.

Our significant experience advising business owners in matters related to family and business succession is a valuable resource for our clients. We have assisted many business owners with plans to transition their business to the next generation using tax efficient strategies.

Through coordination with other attorneys in the firm, we are well-equipped to address other needs and concerns of business owners including estate and business transition planning, executive compensation, asset protection, commercial real estate, environmental law issues, employment contracts and covenants not to compete, business litigation and dispute resolution.

Let us help you make the most of your business. Call us.

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