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Tampa Entity Governance & Business Advice Lawyer

In order to maintain the privileges and advantages that are often associated with the various types of entitles—partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, etc.—a business entity must conduct its business consistent with the laws under which it was formed. Depending on the type of entity, this may mean the creation of corporate bylaws and/or operating agreements, the election of a board of directors, the issuance of stock or membership interests, the facilitation of annual meetings of managers, directors, members, and/or shareholders, and the following of various other corporate formalities necessary to maintain the privileges and advantages that come with these forms of corporate structure. The corporate attorneys at Older Lundy Koch & Martino are committed to guiding your business through these requirements and helping to ensure that the decisions made by your business are legally recognized and legally effective.

There are a myriad of other corporate governance issues that may arise during the life of a corporate entity, including employment issues, shareholder or partner disputes, disagreements and deadlock among the managers or directors, and issues concerning the fiduciary obligations of managers, directors, officers and directors. In addition, our corporate attorneys assist with negotiating and drafting all types of business contracts, including shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, operating agreements, employment agreements, vendor contracts, commercial leases, and other commercial contracts.  We are also experienced with commercial financing and providing other business and tax advice to our business clients. The Tampa corporate lawyers at Older Lundy Koch & Martino have the legal and business acumen necessary to help a business entity to navigate these sometimes-complicated issues through the life of the business.

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