Charleston, South Carolina Corporate Law Attorneys
The United States Census Bureau reports that over 111,000 business establishments are present in South Carolina. As the economy continues to shift, predictions indicate our state will see more and more businesses forming, merging, and being sold. Business and corporate transactions are a cornerstone to the South Carolina economy, and thousands of transactions occur daily. Given the overwhelming importance of corporate structures, it is not surprising that many businesses and corporations seek legal counsel and advice from experienced South Carolina corporate law attorneys.
At CHSA Law, we work alongside business entities to minimize their risk and maximize their profit. Regardless of the size or corporate structure of your organization, we have the experience necessary to provide advice on a variety of business and legal issues. To learn more about how we can help, consider contacting our corporate law attorneys at 843-936-6680 today.CHSA Law
Representing South Carolina Businesses
As corporate lawyers, we advise businesses on their legal rights, responsibilities, and obligations. We focus on a variety of different challenges and legal issues across industries and represent business entities of all scales and sizes. Our representation extends beyond technical legal advice, however, and we serve as trusted advisors and counselors, discussing the commercial and practical implications of business decisions.
At CHSA Law, our team of corporate law attorneys are able to navigate and provide counsel on many different legal issues, including, but not limited to:
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions (Buyer or Seller)
- Stock Offerings
- Start-up Planning
- Shareholder Disputes
- Shareholder Agreements
- Purchase Agreements
- Private Placement Memoranda
- Partner Disputes
- Operating Agreements
- Local Counsel Opinions
- Incorporation and start-up
- General Business Consultation
- Family Business
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Agreements and Third-Party Contracts
- Choice of Entity
- Capital Finance
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Asset Sales
- Banking Needs and Debt Review
- Commercial Leases (Landlord or Tenant)
- Succession Planning
- Wills, Trust & Estates for Owners and Officers
- Contract Review and Drafting for Vendors, Employees, and Clients
- Collection Support
- Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Litigation on all Corporate Matters
- Creditor claims in Bankruptcy proceedings
- Only Debtor assistance in Bankruptcy Proceedings
We are experienced negotiators and litigators, a quality that lends itself to being your law firm for life. As master negotiators, we foster transactions and deals that benefit your business. On the other side, as skilled litigators, we are able to resolve legal disputes that arise in the business context.
Corporate contracts are legally binding agreements between two or more parties. Title 32 of the South Carolina Code sets forth the precise requirements of contracts and agents, and failure to adhere to these rules can render a contract unenforceable.
As corporate lawyers, we review, draft, and negotiate these contracts on behalf of our clients. We ensure that all lease agreements, high-dollar acquisitions, and employment contracts are handled with care, helping our clients avoid substandard agreements or legal pitfalls adverse to their interests.
Mergers and Acquisitions
The processes of merging with or acquiring another company can be highly complex, involving multiple financial transactions and extensive contractual negotiations. Our experienced corporate law attorneys can conduct due diligence in drafting and negotiating of mergers and acquisitions as well as oversee the deal-making process from start to finish.
Corporate Formation, Governance, and Operation
Not all corporations operate in the same way. We help our clients create, organize, or dissolve a business entity. Moreover, we work alongside our clients to establish a framework for how their business is managed and operated to ensure both legal and financial protections and security. This can include drafting articles of incorporation, forming bylaws, establishing corporate structure, and advising directors and officers on their rights and responsibilities.
Corporate securities are legally complex, and leverage a combination of state and federal law to prevent fraud, insider trading, and market manipulation. We help our clients adhere to the Securities Act of 1933 as well as the South Carolina Uniform Securities Act of 2005 to avoid securities errors and mitigate risk.
Corporate projects, both large and small scale, necessitate the involvement of many different entities. Often, substantial financial investments are at stake, and proper execution is vital. We have assisted our clients in forming project entities and legal entities that exist for the duration of the project. Furthermore, we are able to draft power purchase agreements, construction contracts, and negotiate optimal financial terms.
Navigating Corporate Matters with CHSA Law
The practice of corporate law is complicated and navigating these legal issues without the help of an attorney can result in substantial losses of time and money. For this reason, seeking counsel from a South Carolina lawyer to manage documents, review contracts, and strategize for your business can be highly valuable, and ensure your legal and financial rights remain protected.
As skilled corporate law attorneys with years of experience in navigating business matters, we are well positioned to advocate on your behalf. We understand the importance of proper execution and air-tight contracts, and we work to ensure that these issues are addressed with your specific goals in mind. Our corporate law attorneys at CHSA Law are available at 843-936-6680 to discuss all of your business concerns today.