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Fakih Law’s Business Law Practice represents business organizations of all types, including corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and joint ventures among others.
Our attorneys have handled aspects and challenges in every phase of business – start up, growth, change in strategic goals, change in control or winding down – our clients rely on us to provide guidance to meet their challenges in such areas as corporate law, labor and employment law, commercial law, tax matters, and regulatory and legislative issues.
The firm’s clients include new businesses, private and public corporations, associations, partnerships, and individuals.

Fakih Law’s Business Enterprise Practice Group provides services in the following areas:

  • Counseling on deal structure, tax implications and preliminary planning

  • Business organization, including counsel on the type of business entity and structure, preparing shareholder agreements, buy-sell agreements, LLC operating agreements, as well as other corporate governance, control and exit arrangements.
  • Due diligence investigations to identify potential targets or acquirers
  • Analysis on behalf of buyers and sellers regarding tax issues
  • Structuring joint ventures through partnerships and limited liability companies
  • Providing counsel and advice to Subchapter S corporations in acquisitions, redemptions and financing transactions
  • Advice and planning for the acquisition and sale of assets
  • Counseling to businesses regarding mergers, joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Representation of clients involved in international mergers, acquisitions and joint venture
  • Assistance with planning and implementation of transactions conducted at “auctions”
  • Negotiating and drafting complex business agreements, including purchase and sale agreements, consulting agreements, sales representative agreements and other contracts
  • Drafting complex allocation provisions in partnership agreements
  • Negotiating and drafting buy-sell agreements for closely held corporations
  • Development of terms and conditions, purchase orders, supply contracts and other key business documents
  • Drafting property licensing agreements for product development and licensing of intellectual property
  • General corporate matters, including legal opinions, policy review and drafting, board resolution drafting, state and federal filings, regulatory compliance and maintenance of corporate minute books
  • Assisting business obtaining financing, including the structuring and documentation of initial and subsequent debt and/or equity financing
  • Planning corporate redemptions, distributions and recapitalizations

Please contact us for more information about your specific needs.

 

 

 
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