Experienced Corporate Transactions Attorneys
We specialize in providing top-quality legal services for corporate transactions. If you are a business seeking legal guidance for mergers and acquisitions, business formation and structuring, or contracts and agreements, our team of experienced attorneys is here to help.
At Lapin Law Firm, we understand that corporate transactions can be complex and require a high level of legal expertise. That’s why we offer a range of legal services to help businesses navigate these important matters and achieve their goals.
Some of the benefits of working with our team for your corporate transactions include:
Expertise and experience: Our attorneys have years of experience in a variety of legal areas, including mergers and acquisitions, business formation and structuring, and contracts and agreements. We can provide valuable guidance and support to help you navigate the legal aspects of your business.
Cost-effectiveness: We offer competitive hourly rates and are committed to providing cost-efficient legal services. By working with us, you can get the expertise you need without breaking the bank.
Flexibility: We offer a range of billing options, including flat-rate fees for certain types of services, to meet the unique needs of your business. This allows you to be flexible and bring in specialized expertise when you need it.
Some examples of the corporate transactions legal services we offer include:
Mergers and acquisitions: We can assist with the legal aspects of mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence and contract drafting and negotiation.
Business formation and structuring: We can help you choose the best legal structure for your business and assist with the formation process, including the preparation of corporate documents and contracts (such as investment and partnership contracts).
Contracts and agreements: We can review and draft contracts to ensure that they are clear, concise, and protect your interests. This includes contracts for employment, contracting, partnerships, leases, and more.
At Lapin Law Firm, we are dedicated to providing personalized, client-focused service. We will work closely with you to understand your business and its legal needs, and will provide the guidance and support you need to succeed.
What is corporate transaction law?
Transactional law is the area of law that governs business transactions, which are agreements between two or more people. Transactions are the legal steps taken in order to transfer rights, interests, and obligations from one party to another. When people talk about corporate transaction law it usually refers to the law that governs the business transactions of corporations. Corporate law includes the areas of corporate formation, business structuring, financing, acquisitions and mergers, corporate agreements, partnerships, joint ventures, shareholder agreements, legal business agreements and other issues that are particular to a corporation.
What is a corporate transactional lawyer?
Transactional lawyers are a type of corporate law adviser who negotiates and drafts contracts. Their work is to help companies come together for the purpose of doing business with each other, whether it be buying and selling, licensing or franchising. Transactional lawyers may also help companies to merge or be acquired by another company.
Transactional work is often “behind the scenes” and not as obvious as other types of work. As such, transactional lawyers usually need to have excellent communication skills and be good at understanding what the client is trying to achieve in order for them and the company they represent to succeed.
What does a transactional attorney do?
A transactional attorney is a type of lawyer that specializes in corporate law. They are oftentimes involved with mergers and acquisitions, securities transactions, debt restructurings or bankruptcy proceedings.
Transactional attorneys often work with companies to:
- create/form legal entities.
- draft and negotiate contracts.
- provide general governance, commercial, and compliance advice.
- complete and file required forms.
- design personnel policies.
- counsel on regulatory licensing matters.
Transactional attorneys serving individual clients often:
- draft legal documents such as wills, powers of attorney, and other estate planning tasks.
- draft and negotiate contracts such as leases, agreements, or loan documents.
- file tax forms or other documents.
When do you need a transactional lawyer?
The answer to this question depends on:
– What type of transaction are you involved in, and the complexity thereof.
– If there are multiple transactions.
– If you are starting a new business, merging with another company, or acquiring an existing one.
– The number of people involved in the transaction and their expertise (e.g., if you are a small company and only have one person with knowledge of the transaction).
What Can A Corporate Transactional Lawyer Help With?
The formation of a business is an important step in the corporate transaction law process. There are many types of companies that can be formed under state laws, but all need to comply with requirements set forth by the state.
In the United States, a business may be structured as either an individual proprietorship, partnership or corporation. In general, if a person is going to carry on a trade or business and will need more than $5,000 to start it up, he or she should form a corporation.
What are the consequences for a corporation that does not have sufficient assets to satisfy its debts? If it cannot or will not be able to repay them, then bankruptcy is likely. However, if the corporation is in the process of reorganizing, then it may be able to take advantage of a provision in the Bankruptcy Code that allows corporations with less than $5 million dollars worth of assets
A merger is the joining of two or more corporations, sometimes as a result of acquisition. A multi-corporation company may merge with or acquire (take over) another corporation; alternatively, two or more multi-corporation companies may merge to form a new corporation.
The corporate structure of a company can be changed through an acquisition. Acquisitions are the most common way to change the corporate structure because they allow for different shareholders, management teams and directors to come together to create a new company. This is the most common way for companies to get control of other businesses without having to go through an IPO process.
The equity offering is the issuance by a corporation (or company) of shares of stock to raise capital or sell assets.
Debt Offerings are a type of financing that occurs when the issuer sells bonds or other debt securities to investors. The term can also refer to an offering by a company of its own shares to investors. Debt offerings are used to raise cash or other liquid assets, including shares for buybacks and dividends, as well as investments in the company’s operations.
Corporate governance is the process by which corporations are controlled, managed and directed. Governance structures vary among different entities that can be classified into three general categories: corporate law, public regulation of securities, and self-regulation.
What are types of transactional law?
The types of transactional law include:
-Debtor bankruptcy; and,
What is the difference between corporate lawyer and business lawyer?
Corporate lawyers work with corporations on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other transactions of significance to their company. Business lawyers, on the other hand, help corporations navigate the complex legal world.
What kind of law is transactional?
Transactional law encompasses a large number of areas including banking, bankruptcy, securities regulation and mergers & acquisitions. Other examples include trusts and estates, intellectual property law, environmental law as well as government regulation.
Transactional attorneys may be involved in a broad area of transactions or specialize in one particular type.
Lapin Law Firm is a full-service transactional law firm. We represent clients in matters such as mergers & acquisitions, banking and securities regulation, intellectual property litigation and more.
Is corporate law and business law the same?
A corporate law attorney is different from a business lawyer. Corporate lawyers handle all of the legal issues that relate to companies, such as incorporation and contracts. Business lawyers help with specific transactions within a company.
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