Corporate law is a necessarily expansive practice area, touching myriad business and legal issues with extraordinary nuance. An excellent corporate law practice requires both thorough knowledge of every matter at hand and an ironclad desire to optimize the client’s standing. We have both.
Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona’s top-shelf reputation in corporate law has been well-earned in the trenches. We serve as outside counsel to more than 180 closely held companies, engaging all legal matters–transactional and litigation alike. These companies have come to appreciate the benefits of working with lawyers who are willing to communicate at all hours; who understand the decisions they have to make as executives; whose breadth of knowledge shores them up in any eventuality.
We’re often with these companies in their liminal steps, helping draw up their legal formation advising them on the pros and cons of each available corporate structure. We draft their bylaws, buy-sell agreements, shareholder agreements, employment agreements, non-compete agreements and confidentiality agreements. We advise them on corporate issues such as contracts, acquisitions, sales of shares, real estate, business asset purchases and sales, succession, estate planning and general day-to-day contract and employment matters. We, of course, conduct annual meetings and provide these minutes and annual reports to our clients.
When challenges arise, we litigate on our corporate clients’ behalves. These matters cover every imaginable theme, from contract disputes to complex commercial, employment, restrictive covenant and intellectual property cases.
GKWW’s attorneys reliably provide solid advice across the full breadth of the corporate practice area. We’re proud to support our clients with the knowledge and experience to ensure their business success–often serving as a sounding board for company executives regarding general business decisions as well as legal matters.
We’d love to partner with your business, too. We invite you to contact us for a free consultation.