Corporations can find value by partnering with an experienced attorney who can advise and guide them through any legal matter that may come up, whether it’s an employment issue, a question about a contract, a potential merger, or a real estate purchase or construction project. By consulting with a knowledgeable attorney before making important decisions, corporations can avoid mistakes that can set them back and cost significant amounts of money.
JVAM’s attorneys serve as general counsel for corporations, giving these clients a wider view of their situations and options. While keenly aware of business needs and requirements, our lawyers provide corporations legal help across a broad spectrum of issues, especially regarding real estate and employment law. Because of their versatility in handling the intersection of business with other fields of law, JVAM’s lawyers serve also as general counsel for nonprofits, including electric cooperatives, homeowners associations, and other groups.
In addition to helping your business with general needs such as drafting contracts for transactions, partnerships, operating agreements, and asset purchases, and applying for local, state, and federal economic incentives and grants, JVAM’s business lawyers provide added value in these areas:
- Employment and labor law: In addition to litigation related to unemployment claims or workplace injuries, we can advise businesses on other personnel issues such as hirings, firings, and promotions.
- Purchase and sale transactions, including mergers: JVAM’s lawyers are deal makers and can assist during the process of adding to your corporation.
- Real estate purchase and leasing: JVAM helps businesses with due diligence related to the purchase or leasing of commercial real estate, including drafting, negotiating, and renewing leases.
- Litigation: While JVAM strives to craft solutions that avoid problems down the road, we will aggressively advocate for your corporation when it’s engaged in a dispute.