Business Law Attorney Charlotte NC

Business Law Attorney Charlotte NC 2017-01-26T20:42:16+00:00
Meek Law Firm Business attorney in charlotte nc

Our Business Law section is here to help you with all areas of business law. From formation to dissolution we are prepared to handle all of the needs of your business. It is our goal to be considered your “in-house” counsel and to provide your business with the guidance needed to grow and prosper while avoiding potential pitfalls. We cover most every area of Business Law and some of the main areas are listed below.

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Business Formation

Starting a business is an exciting prospect. With the right forethought and some good legal advice, you can protect yourself and put yourself in a position for the most profitable legal setup for you and your new company. Forming a corporation or LLC can be an important tool in making sure that you, your family, and your investments are protected from some liability. There are many different types of Business formations. Each of them have different rules that must be followed and different pros and cons depending on the type of business you are starting. more…

Business contract lawyer in charlotte is meek law firmBusiness Contracts and Transactions

A sound legal contract can save you time and money and reduce stress. It is important that you work with a law firm that thoroughly understands business contracts and transactions. Contracts exist so that everyone is clear on what each party’s rights, responsibilities and expectations are in a business transaction. The idea is to make sure that as many contingencies as possible are covered. Hiring a lawyer to draft your contract now will pay off later in the time you will not spend dealing with lawsuits and the attorney fees that go with them. more…

Mergers-Acquisitions-and-Divestitures-lawyer-charlotteMergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures

The terms mergers and acquisitions are commonly used in business discussions to refer to a number of things, from your business being sold to another business entirely; to an employee stock option plan (ESOP) being put into place; to a recapitalization; to combining two businesses into one. An attorney can be an integral part of your merger team. One who is well versed in mergers and acquisitions can help introduce you to other team members, such as investors and lenders.  more…

Business Litigation law firm in Charlotte NCBusiness Litigation

When you are in business, it is entirely likely you will at some point face litigation. This could appear in the form of product liability or premises liability, or result from your discharge of an employee (i.e., wrongful termination, retaliation, or harassment). It is important to have an attorney on hand when you encounter situations such as these. However, it is also a good idea to speak with an attorney before these problems arise, to discuss how you might avoid common “litigation traps.”  more…

Business Ownership disputes law firm in charlotte ncBusiness Ownership Issues or Disputes

One of the most difficult parts of owning a business is getting involved in a dispute with another one of the owners of the company. Disputes between the ownership of a business may occur for a variety of reasons. Nearly all result from poor planning in the business structure. Sometimes, owners are able to resolve a dispute on their own. Sometimes, a mediator is called in to work through the problem so the parties can continue to move forward in the business. Sometimes, the issues can only be resolved in court.  more…

Business Ownership Issues or Disputes law firm in charlotte NCCorporate Finance and Securities

Many businesses raise capital through the issuance of stock or shares in the company. The capital raised in this manner can help a business gather enough funds to purchase a location or begin manufacturing a product. Company stock is typically considered a security and as such is heavily regulated in the United States. It is always advisable to seek the advice of an attorney to help you avoid the problems that may occur if shares are issued improperly.  more…

Law firm for civil litigation in charlotte ncCivil Litigation Law

In a civil case, the remedies are financial (or, possibly, orders to do or not do something.) A civil case begins with the filing of a Complaint, which lists what the plaintiff believes the defendant has done to wrong them. At that point, the defendant should retain a lawyer and answer the Complaint. There are specific timelines which must be observed for filing an answer – usually within 30 days. If the Complaint is not answered timely, then the defendant may lose his or her right to defend the suit.  more…

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