Business organization law is the body of law that relates to creating, managing and dissolving businesses. There are several ways to organize a business. Each type of business structure has its own set of rules to follow. Each type of business structure also comes with its own advantages and drawbacks. A business lawyer helps their client choose the right business structure, complete paperwork filing, manage ongoing organizational issues and even helps dissolve the business when it’s appropriate.
Starting a new business need not be daunting. Bryan R. Battina and his law firm have extensive experience helping entrepreneurs launch new Minnesota businesses. Working with experienced business attorneys early in the process of forming your corporation or limited liability company can save you time, aggravation, and money down the road.
Mr. Battina regularly assists clients with the formation of the following types of entities:
limited liability companies (LLCs)
partnerships and limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
professional entities such as dental, law, counseling and veterinary offices subject to the Minnesota Professional Firms Act
In addition to helping identify the appropriate business entity choice for new businesses, Mr. Battina routinely drafts and counsels startup business clients regarding the following documents:
articles of incorporation and articles of organization
bylaws and member control agreements
shareholder, partnership, and operating agreements
executive employment agreements
buy-sell agreements and shareholder control agreements
financing and lending agreements
corporate minutes and resolutions
commercial real estate leases
If you need assistance with your business startup needs, Bryan would welcome the opportunity to work with you.