Corporate Law

While the minute nature of corporate governance rules may differ, as personified by share ownership, capital markets, and business culture, similar legal characteristics and legal problems exist across many jurisdictions. Corporate law regulates how corporations, investors, shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community, and the environment interact with one another. Our firm utilizes these legal procedures, governing the relationships between and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and corporations, to protect the rights of our clients and guide the progression of all their endeavors toward success. 

Brazil Clark, PLLC, offers comprehensive legal services to owners, operators, managers and executives in all matters of business law. Our firm has acknowledged experience in the acquisition and disposition of business interests and has represented both large international corporations that serve a great number of different communities, as well as local businesses that are the cornerstones of their own, immediate community. Our expertise has proven invaluable to these clients. Regardless of size, industry or purpose, we can provide services in: (1) structuring and forming a new business entity, (2) funding your business through equity or debt financing, (3) governing your current company by handling contract negotiation, drafting and disputes, and (4) guiding your business through issues concerning retirement, severance and dissolution.  

Legal assistance and advocacy are among the most fundamental expenditures of operating a prosperous business. By utilizing the services of an experienced legal professional, business owners minimize their risk of legal disputes and receive expert counsel moving forward as they build and grow their organization. Starting a new business or operating an existing one without any consultation from a business lawyer would be considered a risky affair. While many seek an attorney to handle the formation process of their business, most fail to see the benefit of ongoing support. Incorporating, hiring/firing employees, and entering professional contracts, for example, all carry certain risks and rewards. With an experienced corporate law attorney, you can be certain you will be well informed regarding the law and what is expected of you and your business. This will save you plenty of time, money and headache over the long term.