At Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy, we offer small firm ethics and atmosphere to businesses necessary to build lasting relationships. We utilize our years of involvement and participation in the corporate litigation field to ensure that our corporate clientele receive experienced and adept legal representation personalized to cater to your business’s individual requirements.
Whether you are starting a business, expanding your current enterprise or changing the structural organization of your business entity, we will assist you with entity selection based on your business goals. We are committed to guiding new businesses to success and helping existing businesses flourish.
From the formation of your business entity and through all phases thereafter, we provide sound legal advice, create plans designed to help you recognize your business goals, and contracts aimed at protecting your assets through tax planning and avoidance of litigation. When disputes arise, our firm will litigate with precision and purpose to achieve a fair and just resolution.
We will assist you in establishing the proper legal foundation for management of your business operations so that you can focus on protecting your business investment and enhancing its prosperity. Earwood Moore Carpenter & Guy offers a full range of entity/corporate representation services, including:
- entity formation (nonprofit, partnerships, LLCs, LLPs, S-Corps, C-Corps)
- corporate structuring, restructuring & reorganization
- LLC & LLP operating agreements
- corporate articles of incorporation
- corporate shareholder rights agreements
- owner, director and key man representation
- review and drafting of contracts and agreements (non-compete, confidentiality, non-disclosure, clinical research, maintenance, consulting, marketing, sales and distribution agreements, vendor contracts, executive contracts, & joint venture agreements)
- labor and employment disputes
- professional licensing board)
- private and closely held business representation and planning
- working closely with other corporate representatives, such as CPAs
- debt consolidation & debt collection
- breach of fiduciary duty claims
- trademarks & copyrights
- risk mitigation
- business disposition
- contract disputes
- mergers and acquisitions
- business succession planning
- entity dissolution