Business attorney members of the Business & Commercial Enterprise Group (“BCEG”) counsel clients to select and organize business entities which are beneficially suited to proposed ventures, including limited liability companies, family limited partnerships, limited and general partnerships, s corporations, and c corporations.
BCEG business attorneys craft client solutions designed to optimize management flexibility, provide tax advantages, maximize asset protection and insulation from personal exposure, anticipate potential expansion, and short or long term buy/sell considerations. Attorneys also examine the benefits of establishing parent/holding companies and subsidiaries, multiple entities with common owners and tiered entity structures.
BCEG business attorneys frequently draft organizational agreements associated with newly formed entities, including governing operating agreements, partnership agreements, corporate by-laws and shareholder agreements. Members also procure necessary IRS filings for new entities and perform annual report compliance functions.