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The attorneys at JacksonWhite have the experience and understanding to effectively pursue your case. A team that understands the importance of a strong business plan and can take you every step of the way.
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Business and Corporate Law Services
- Employment Issues : including drafting employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, and employee manuals
- Non-Profit Corporations: Filing for and maintaining a 501(c)(3) status
- Incorporating and Organizing Your Business or Corporation: Articles of Incorporation, Form SS-4, Arizona Joint Tax Applications, Organizing Board of Directors Meetings and Annual Shareholder Meetings, Issuing Stock, Financing Your Business, Obtaining Loans
- Buy-Sell Agreements: Redemption Agreements, Cross-Purchase Agreements, and Hybrid Agreements
- Selecting Your Business Entity: Sole Proprietorship, General Partnership, Joint Venture, Limited Partnership, S Corporation, C Corporation, Corporation, or Limited Liability Corporation
- Purchasing a Business: through a stock purchase an asset purchase , exercising due diligence, drafting restrictive covenants against the seller, making consulting arrangements, and getting carry-back financing if needed
- Dissenter’s Rights: Minority shareholders have the right to dissent and receive fair market value for their shares in corporate transactions including certain mergers, stock purchases, amendments to the Articles of Incorporation, and triggering transactions.
- Business and Corporate Bankruptcy: Chapter 11 or Chapter 7
- Business Lease of Commercial Space and Ownership Issues: Draft specialized letters of intent and lease agreements
- Intellectual Property Issues and Business Ownership: Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents
- Piercing the Corporate Veil: If a corporation fails to comply with certain formalities, courts may remove their limited liability protection and their shareholders can become personally liable for the debts and misdeeds of the corporation.
- Administrative Dissolution of a Corporation: The Arizona Corporation Commission has the authority to dissolve a corporation for failure to amend articles of organization of incorporation, failure to make publication, failure to appoint or maintain a statutory agent, failure to pay fines, or failure to file annual reports.
Business and Corporate Law Attorneys in Mesa, Arizona
Our well-versed Arizona Business and Corporate Law attorneys are qualified to assist existing corporations, business owners, and those considering purchasing a business with all of their legal questions and concerns.
Corporations and businesses are faced with a variety of overwhelming and confusing legalities. Our legal professionals can help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities so that your business or corporation can move forward with success. Call us today at (480) 464-1111.
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