Understanding Business-Related Matters in Las Vegas

The job of a Las Vegas business attorney covers a wide range of tasks. Essentially, a business lawyer solves legal matters that specifically affect businesses, such as taxation, various types of business transactions, and intellectual property. Some business lawyers also defend the rights of workers and litigate companies with unfair or discriminatory policies or actions. Because business lawyers handle several different situations regarding business affairs, it is likely that you may need to consult with a legal professional at some point during the lifecycle of your company.

Formation of Your Business

There are different options to start up a new company, most of which focus on your options to protect your personal interests from liabilities of the business entity. A Las Vegas business lawyer can help you choose the right business formation based upon your objectives. In addition, most organizations will have to file relevant documents with the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office, as a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, or sole proprietorship. If your company headquarters are out-of-state, you still need to file the proper forms to do business within the State of Nevada. Your attorney will prepare the necessary paperwork to ensure compliance with the law.

Assistance with Ongoing Business Operations

Once your company is up and running, you may need guidance in dealings with vendors, business partners, and other third parties. A business law attorney can represent your interests in negotiations, reviewing contracts, and drafting agreements. Plus, you can also rely on a lawyer help with tax matters, employment issues, regulatory compliance, dispute resolution, and a wide range of tasks that companies must address as part of doing business.

Litigation

Though you hope your business is never involved with a lawsuit, you could find yourself needing to pursue or defend your company’s interests. Your business lawyer can take on the challenges of litigation or will provide a reference to an attorney that will fight on behalf of your company.

Buying and Selling a Business

No matter what side of the transaction you are on, it is crucial to retain a Las Vegas business attorney to help with buying or selling a business. There are multiple options and structures, including mergers, stock acquisitions, and asset acquisitions. Each alternative comes with its own set of advantages and tax implications. Certain approvals may also be necessary from stockholders and members of the board of directors, depending on how you intend to proceed with the transaction. In addition, there may be additional filings required to complete the deal.

Dissolution

When and if the time comes to wind down your business, it is helpful to consult with a Las Vegas business lawyer regarding the process. Some of the same issues involved with selling your company may be relevant, including approvals by the board of directors and/or shareholders. Plus, you must also file dissolution paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office.

Learn More About How Our Las Vegas Business Attorneys Can Help

If you would like more information on you can benefit from the advice and counsel of a qualified legal professional, please contact our Las Vegas business lawyers at the H1 Law Group. We can schedule a consultation to review your circumstances, listen to your concerns, and tell you more about how we can help.

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