Business Consultations

Business Startup  •  Growing Your Business  •  Maintaining Your Business

Whether you are looking to start up a new business or grow/maintain your current business, we can help you deal with a variety of things.  Whether you are an emerging/start-up business looking to disclose sensitive information to an investor or commercial partner, whether your business is looking to crowdfund (including securities crowdfunding), whether you need a shareholder agreement that specifically deals with start-up and growth-related matters, whether you are looking for the best way to structure your business entity to deal with start-up losses, whether you are looking to discuss a prospective earn-out clause in an M&A transaction, etcetera, our business consultations provide you with a fixed-fee payment option where you can run various questions by us. 

We will identify various legal issues and provide you with general information during the consultation.

If there’s a specific agreement that you and/or your business is trying to draft or understand, we can go through it as well; however, our discussion at this stage will be limited to general information about the agreement and specific legal services will require a separate retainer agreement.

If there’s a lawsuit or regulatory issue that you and/or your business is trying to wrap your mind around, we can also go through it as well; but, again, our discussion at this stage will be limited to general information and any specific legal services will require a separate retainer agreement.

Our business consultations provide you with compelling value and a perfect starting-point to navigate through legal issues pertaining to your business.  By helping you navigate through these issues, our hope is that it’ll free up your time to focus on what you’re good at – starting or growing your business.

Please contact us or use the Intake Form below so we can discuss the level of complexity of your business and the scope of our consultation. 

Services
  • New business start ups

  • Incorporating your business

  • The structuring of your business (e.g. professional corporation, partnership, limited partnership, joint venture, etc.)

  • Rights and duties of owners, officers, directors, and others involved in the business

  • Employing staff

  • Maintaining your company's books and records

  • Dealing with legal claims (initiating one or defending one)

  • Various business agreements

  • Regulatory compliance