Corporate Affairs and Governance

Business Transactions Division

Good corporate governance practices will protect a company and its owners from future claims, obligations and liabilities. We take our role as a member of your team seriously, understanding both the culture of your company and the industry in which you operate.  We often act as outside general counsel, where we serve as a trusted advisor to our clients in attending board meetings, recording minutes and preparing board and member resolutions.

As an example, we recently assisted a client in preparing and organizing its governing documents so its various holding, subsidiary, and affiliated entities could be sold to a private equity group in a large recapitalization transaction. We often assist clients in rewriting by-laws and shareholder and operating  agreements in order to reflect changes in ownership, capitalization and buy-sell terms and conditions.

Our Insight

Corporate governance practices should be established early on in a company’s life cycle, rather than waiting until a company has substantial enterprise value.


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