Business Organization

Lewis Glasser’s Business and Corporate Law practice advises clients on the following matters:

  • Choosing the appropriate business entity;
  • Forming business entities and ensuring that such entities comply with all regulatory requirements;
  • Negotiating and drafting shareholder agreements, management agreements and similar agreements that may need to be in place prior to the start of operations;
  • Advising clients on governance and authority issues;
  • Assisting clients in working through legal and business issues which arise during the ordinary course of operations, including issues related to government regulation, employee relations and taxes;
  • Representing clients in financing either through traditional lending sources or equity investments;
  • Assisting clients in mergers and acquisitions; or
  • Devising strategies for dissolving or liquidating a client’s business.

Lewis Glasser’s attorneys also provide counsel in relating to corporate distributions and reorganizations, tax aspects of buying, selling and leasing assets, including tax-free exchange transactions, general and limited partnership taxation, pension and profit-sharing plans, stock option and other employee benefit plans, and deferred compensation arrangements.