Transactional

CORPORATE & BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

Our clients are business owners, C-level executives and entrepreneurs engaged in multiple industries and professions. They rely on our skilled legal advice and business acumen to help guide their companies’ growth, meet goals and build a successful future. Our attorneys are equipped to handle a range of general corporate and commercial matters, including negotiating and drafting operating and shareholder agreements, formation of business entities (e.g., corporations, LLCs) and employment issues. We also help clients manage, protect or obtain intellectual property through acquisition and licensing agreements.

 

BUSINESS LAW & FORMATIONS

The organizational structure chosen for a business entity potentially affects every aspect of its operations. Landsberg Law provides a wide variety of services to our business clients, including entity formation, business planning, preparation of business agreements, sale of businesses, purchase of businesses and dissolutions, promissory notes and security agreements. We have formed corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies nationwide.

 

REAL ESTATE

Our lawyers have expertly represented numerous real estate developers and investors in transactions exceeding $100 million. The firm has assisted clients throughout the process of multi-million dollar real estate acquisition and sale transactions. We prepare operating agreements and form entities for real estate developers and investors, and have extensive experience handling prescriptive easements, tenant in common agreements and partition actions and preparing promissory notes and deeds of trust.

 

GENERAL COUNSEL REPRESENTATION

For businesses that may not have in-house legal resources, our attorneys frequently serve in the role of General Counsel. We are equipped to advise owners, executives and shareholders on routine business operations, as well as complex legal challenges when they arise. For businesses that may have in-house counsel, Landsberg Law can provide additional capacity when internal resources are limited, or offer technical assistance and expertise.