Corporate and Business Law

The corporate and business lawyers at NAL provide a broad range of business, corporate and transactional services to companies, individual business owners, and executives throughout the Southeast and for international clients. The lawyers at NAL spend significant time to understand each client’s business, how it operates and the goals of each client. The business lawyers at NAL utilize our understanding of the client combined with our corporate experience and ability to think “outside the box” to maximize client goals and objectives.

We provide exemplary personal attention and customer service. To help meet our clients’ needs and demands the Corporate and Business Law Group legal services include the following:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions, including purchase and sales of businesses and related transactions;
  • Asset and stock purchases and sales;
  • Draft and review contracts and handle other day to day business issues;
  • Secured lending transactions for purchases, refinancing and debt restructure;
  • Work with start-ups on all matters;
  • Private equity investment and venture capital;
  • Franchise work including the drafting and review of FDD disclosure documents;
  • Licensing; and
  • Non-competition and employment contracts

Business Organization and Structure

In the business organization arena, we first understand each client’s goals and objectives for wanting to transact business as an entity. Then we develop an organizational structure best suited for each client whether as a C-Corporation, S-Corporation, limited liability company, partnership or joint venture. This individual approach allows the corporate and business lawyers at NAL to effectively satisfy each client’s needs. We work with both US based and international clients in forming corporate entities in all US states and the legal services include the following:

  • Formation of corporations, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, joint ventures, partnerships and professional corporations;
  • Operating agreements;
  • Shareholder and Partnership agreement; and
  • Other formation documents