Our Corporate and Business Law section assists clients in a broad range of business needs including corporate formations, general corporate and legal advice, mergers and acquisitions, asset sales and purchases, and corporate dissolutions. We also have assisted management and shareholders in connection with management disputes, derivative actions, directors and officers liability claims and other disputes arising from the management, ownership and operation of businesses.
Our general corporate representation includes advising clients in choosing appropriate types of entities such as business corporations or limited liability companies. We assist clients in structuring their organizations and in developing the associated operating documents governing the conduct of management and owners. This includes the negotiation and development of shareholders’ agreements, with attention to buy-sell provisions, rights of first refusal, succession plans and similar provisions for the long term operation of the business entities.
Radey attorneys have represented businesses in a variety of financing transactions. These transactions have included the development of private placement memoranda, subscription agreements and related documents. In addition, we have assisted companies in connection with corporate borrowing.
Our general corporate and business practice is complemented by our commercial litigation section, which provides the experience necessary to negotiate successful resolutions to business disputes or seek appropriate civil remedies. In addition, our corporate practice integrates with our employment practice to represent employers in the development and enforcement of employment agreements, the implementation of appropriate corporate and workplace policies and other matters affecting the daily operation of businesses.
The firm’s managing shareholder, Travis Miller, oversees the firm’s Corporate and Business Law practice. In this capacity, he works extensively with David Yon on corporate and regulatory matters, with Christopher Lunny on issues involving management or workplace concerns, and with Harry Thomas on disputes leading to civil litigation.