Many forms of commercial transactions exist, spanning from one-off transactions, such as sales, to ongoing agreements involving investing or receiving investments in a business. They can occur on a large or small scale. They might occur between consumers and companies, between multiple businesses, between government entities and businesses, or even between internal departments within a company. They can involve the exchange of materials, products, services, or intangible property. At Newburn Law, we have experience drafting documents to memorialize all types of commercial transactions.
For small businesses, corporate governance is critical. Not only is it important to ensure smooth business operations, but it is also necessary to ensure fairness to shareholders and integrity among management. Establishing processes and procedures for directors and officers of a business help...
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Businesses—small and large—all face legal, compliance, and regulatory issues. From legal entity formations to day-to-day legal matters to more-specific litigation conflicts, all businesses encounter various legal requirements that require expert guidance. Every business can benefit from having a lawyer's expertise on the team. However, not every business needs to spend the, often high, costs of hiring a full-time in-house attorney to have this guidance.