The Law Offices of Judy S. Mock, P.C. regularly advises its corporate clients in all matters affecting their business, such as business formation, the sale or purchase of a business, how to maintain corporate minutes, advising on corporate governance, conducting board meetings, and the issuance of stock.
The firm has also assisted many corporate clients with the drafting and negotiation of various agreements such as shareholder agreements, limited partnership agreements, employment agreements, confidentiality agreements, the protection of licenses, and non-disclosure/non-competition agreements.
Our Firm has also represented many corporate clients in all their litigation needs, such as Contract Disputes, Commercial Litigation, or matters in connection to Administrative Law, Environmental Control Board hearings, Consumer Affairs, Department of Health, Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, and Criminal Court.
Starting a business requires thorough planning and our attorneys can assist business owners in choosing and forming the most appropriate business entity, and then assist such entrepreneurs devise business strategies that help them achieve their goals.
Contracts for Sale and Purchase
The purchase or sale of a business is a complicated process for which experienced legal counsel is essential. When representing clients in such transactions, our attorneys start the process by learning as much as possible about the client’s objectives in the transaction in order to best advise each client. Our goal is to identify possible challenges, financial risks, and then put safeguards in place to prevent issues that may arise in the future, from negotiations and the due diligence phase to the final closing.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, it is essential to speak with an experienced attorney before filing an insurance claim. It is important to remember that insurance adjusters work for the insurance companies and not for the victims. The insurance company’s goal is to give the victim as little money as possible.
It is not uncommon for individuals or businesses to find themselves involved in a legal dispute with another party. However, rarely does a business owner consider the prospect of litigious conflict with clients, partners, shareholders, or other business colleagues until it is too late.
Disputes of this nature typically fall under what is known as litigation which entails the use of courts or arbitrators for adjudication. Having an experienced business dispute attorney on your side in the face of conflict may, however, significantly reduce your company’s exposure to liability is essential.
Whether you are just starting your business or are a decades-old member of the corporate market, our firm can provide knowledgeable legal counsel to assist you with the gamut of corporate conflicts that can, and often do, arise on a regular basis.
What happens if you are unhappy with a verdict or ruling from a trial court? Whether the decision was made by a judge or a jury, any party can appeal the case to a higher tribunal. Generally, if the case was initially heard in state court, it should be appealed to the state appellate court. The federal circuit courts of appeals hear cases appealed from the U.S. District Courts.
Additionally, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit can hear appeals from cases across the country, in specialized areas such as patent laws or cases decided by the Court of Federal Claims.
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