Business lawyers and attorneys help people organize and operate their businesses, whether the entity is a sole proprietorship, partnership (general partnership, limited partnership, LLP), limited liability company (LLC), or corporation (including incorporating C Corporations and Subchapter S Corporations), or a nonprofit. Business, corporation, and partnership attorneys have experience dealing with corporate officers and directors, and investors. They are familiar with legal issues related to corporate minutes and other documentation, public offerings, private placements of stock and debt, mergers, acquisitions and consolidations, business restructuring, and loans and financing, among a host of other critical business details.
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