Dedicated to Serving the Business Community
LBC&C’s representation begins with a thorough knowledge and understanding of each client's business.
Because we appreciate and understand the unique qualities of each client's method of operation and objectives, LBC&C has been successful in assisting their clients identify and achieve their goals. We strive to help you do business better, not just do more business.
Business Transactions, Agreements, and Contracts
LBC&C provides comprehensive legal and advisory services to its business clientele, which include professional businesses, manufacturers, retailers, distributors, builders, brokers, financial institutions and start-up companies. We provide guidance in every stage of the business cycle, from startup through expansion and transition.
Our experienced staff of attorneys provides legal services involving the preparation of all types of business agreements, from organizational agreements, to contracts necessary for the smooth operation of day-to-day activities in order to facilitate growth, as well as compliance with changes in the law.
We provide guidance in every stage of the business cycle, from startup through expansion and transition.
Our knowledge and understanding of your business permits us to prepare and negotiate employment contracts, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, operating agreements and non-competition/non-solicitation agreements that are tailored to your needs and specifications.
Succession Planning, Mergers, Dissolutions, and Asset Protection
LBC&C also has extensive experience in the areas of business succession planning, corporate recapitalization, mergers and dissolutions, asset protection planning, stock redemptions, business divorces, the preparation and evaluation of business-related agreements and the maintenance of business records.
For the professional practice, as well as the general business, the Firm assists business clients in their expansion and transition stages, including the purchase and sale of businesses and business interests.
We have prepared an article entitled Business Planning From A Legal Perspective, which contains descriptions of a variety of legal matters that should be reviewed by every business or professional practice.
The topics include selecting the form of entity to use, considerations in connection with a shareholders’, partnership or operating agreement, employment contracts, employee practices, copyrights and trademarks, buy-sell agreements and the funding of such agreements, maintaining business records, business succession planning and compensation planning.