Corporate Business Transactions
At Hiroshima Daggett we consistently attain superior results for our business clients by providing the knowledge and resourcefulness often expected of larger firms, with the individualized, personal attentiveness that only a smaller firm can provide. Having these attributes has allowed our firm to develop long-term relationships with a diverse array of satisfied clients, which includes being general counsel to large organizations, colleges, religious entities and non-profit organizations. The extensive trial experience of Hiroshima Daggett business litigators means we have the skills and judgment needed to ensure that our clients achieve efficient outcomes in their business disputes.
We have extensive experience in employment-related consulting, including advising employers of their rights and responsibilities under state and federal law. We advise clients on an array of employment law matters, including but not limited to employment contracts, wrongful termination claims, claims of harassment or discrimination, wage and overtime issues and severance agreements. We also advise clients on claims arising under the California Family Rights Act or federal Family Medical Leave Act.
How it Works
Our attorneys can help you meet the various challenges companies encounter when facing litigation. The first step to effective representation in business litigation is a thorough understanding of the client’s operations and the commercial realities that affect them. Hiroshima Daggett not only brings to any lawsuit a complete understanding of the pertinent business realities that govern it, but our special attention to detail allows us to tailor a strategy that makes sense for the client.
Hiroshima Daggett has expertise in the purchase and sale of businesses, and business entity formation, including limited liability companies (LLCs), limited and general partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), and more. If you are planning to start your own business, it is important to keep in mind that there are numerous important considerations and decisions that must be made before you start a business. To avoid the pitfalls of not having sound legal advice before starting such a major endeavor, you should consult an experienced business lawyer to assist you. One of our attorneys will advise you of the advantages and disadvantages of each business entity model, including legal liability considerations, and will assist you in completing and filing the documents required to form your business.
Below are just a few of the types of business transactional matters we handle:
- Business entity formation, including corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited and general partnerships, and limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
- Employment-related consulting
- International business consulting
- Purchases and sales of businesses
- Dissolution of businesses
- Drafting and reviewing business contracts and agreements
- General advising & General Counsel services