General Corporate

General Corporate LawWhether negotiating the acquisition of a multi-million dollar company, or assisting a small Internet start-up, corporate lawyers are engaged to advise businesses on their numerous legal rights, responsibilities, and obligations. General corporate law practice involves handling a wide range of legal issues for businesses. Corporate lawyers comprise the largest type of practicing lawyers in America, and every business should have a business lawyer to call on to ask common questions that arise during the course of normal business activity.

Corporate lawyers perform a myriad of functions and provide guidance to corporation on a vast array of subjects including:

  • Business transactions negotiation
  • Drafting, and review of contracts and other agreements
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures
  • Corporate governance and operations
  • Rights and responsibilities of corporate officers
  • General oversight of the legal activities of the company.

Additionally, business attorneys assist business clients with the production of information they must provide to financial institutions, employees, and government agencies. Many legally required reports have criminal and/or civil penalties if they contain false information and in some circumstances, genuine mistakes of omissions can trigger investigations that must be responded to.

Radom & Wetter attorneys have acted as General Corporate Counsel to a number of clients ranging from large, multi-million dollar corporations, to medium-sized businesses, as well as small firms and enterprises. The primary goals of Radom & Wetter’s functions as General Corporate Counsel include:

  • Assisting with Regulatory Compliance
  • Assisting clients in employer/employee matters
  • Limiting the exposure of clients to unforeseen liabilities
  • • Being available when you need advice to head off legal problems in an economic and efficient manner.

Let Radom & Wetter be your corporate legal department:

  • Commercial transactions
  • General business structure issues
  • Real estate/lease transactions
  • Employment and labor relation issues
  • Litigation and arbitration support
  • Drafting and reviewing of a wide range of business-related contracts
  • Dealing with federal, state and local governments.

The role of a general counsel varies depending on the company that they serve.

Contact Radom & Wetter

If you require professional legal advice and representation regarding business issues anywhere in New Jersey, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced business law firm. Contact us at 908-707-1500 or 973-867-7053 or use our Contact Form.

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