Worden Williams helps clients in every aspect of their business, from formation of an entity to operation of an established company. The firm offers a broad range of legal services to resolve the complex challenges faced by today’s entrepreneurs and business owners.
Forming New Business Entities
The business and corporate attorneys at Worden Williams guide their clients through the business formation process, starting with selection of the appropriate business entity, such as a limited liability company, corporation, non-profit or partnership. The firm will prepare and submit all of the necessary business filings with governmental agencies including: registrations, fictitious business name statements, licenses, and notices. The firm will prepare the initial business operating documents, including bylaws, operating agreements, minutes, initial resolutions, and employment policies. In addition, the firm will advise on state and federal tax laws and regulations as they apply to your particular business needs. When required, the firm also will assist the client with land use and business permitting requirements.
Advising on Business Operations, Employment
Worden Williams serves as an extension of the business team, and its attorneys are available to assist clients with the full spectrum of legal issues, such as: preparation and negotiation of business contracts and leases, compliance with local land use and regulatory requirements, license compliance, trademark and copyright filings, protecting trade secrets, handling personnel matters, mergers and acquisitions, real property transactions, insurance disputes, preventing and defending litigation, and providing general counsel on day-to-day issues that arise.
Worden Williams takes pride in its successful representation of its business clients in the following areas:
Limited Liability Company, Corporate and Non-Profit Formation
LLC Operating Agreements
Corporate Resolutions and Bylaws
Lease Negotiations and Agreements
Business License Requirements
Employment Policies and Non-Disclosure Agreements
Business and Employment Litigation
Identifying Sources of Financing
State and Federal Tax Planning
Purchasing and Selling a Business