Corporate & Transactional

Our attorneys serve as corporate and transactional counsel for businesses of all sizes and across multiple industries. We understand each client has unique characteristics and objectives and daily issues, which require a custom strategy to address their current circumstances and future goals.

Our knowledge and experience reaches the national, regional and local levels. We assist clients in issues, including the following:

  • Corporate governance;
  • Board structure;
  • Board training & development;
  • Risk management strategies;
  • Regulatory matters
  • Contracts & agreements;
  • Mergers & acquisitions; and
  • Financing Transactions


We combine legal experience with business sense in helping clients navigate the complex legal issues that can arise on a daily basis. From advising on board structure and governance policies and procedures to carefully balancing ethical issues and managing conflicts of interest, our attorneys are invested in our clients’ success. Effective counsel requires an understanding of the interplay between business practices, legal systems and regulatory situations. We have experience counseling clients on orientation, training and development of board members, providing them with an understanding of everything from strategic plans and key business drivers to risk management compliance programs. We also assist management with applicable regulatory matters on a local, state and federal level.


We understand every client is unique and requires a strategy that addresses their current circumstances and future goals. We draft, advise and review agreements for industries, including banking and finance, entertainment and media services, technology, telecommunications, consumer goods, insurance, government and natural resources, among others.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Our attorneys are skilled in mergers and acquisitions, working with clients at every step, from pre-transaction planning and counseling to structuring and negotiating terms to handling the closing and post-closing matters, such as earn-out provisions.