Brown, Massey, Evans, McLeod & Haynsworth, LLC | Corporate and Business Law
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Corporate and Business Law

Our firm’s corporate and business attorneys are ready to assist with all aspects of starting a business, operating an already established business, or terminating a business.  Our attorneys have extensive experience in representing corporations, limited liability companies, sole proprietorships, partnerships, joint ventures and nonprofit corporations.


We advise our clients on issues such as the appropriate type of entity to utilize to minimize taxes, how to maximize their liability protection, real estate transfers and leases, the formation and structure of the business and various other legal issues that could potentially arise during the lifetime of the business.


Our attorneys routinely handle an extensive range of corporate issues including assisting clients in the preparation of corporate documents, negotiating and closing financing relationships, assisting in stock or asset acquisitions and dispositions, assisting in all aspects of business combinations and separations, analyzing the benefits and detriments of all types of business entities, drafting and reviewing contracts and licenses, negotiating contracts, assisting in corporate reorganization and dissolution, drafting of employment agreements and representing businesses in the negotiation of shareholder, non-compete and confidentiality agreements.


Our attorneys also offer our clients assistance with their needs with respect to federal, state and local taxes, including tax laws governing corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability companies and non-profit corporations.


Areas we can help you with, include:

  • Formation of limited liability companies, S Corporations, C Corporations and non-profit corporations
  • Advising on Employee vs. Independent Contractor treatment for tax purposes
  • Employment contracts and non-compete agreements
  • Transfer and acquisition of business assets, especially real estate owned by the company
  • Review and Negotiation of Leases for Commercial Real Estate
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