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Privately Held Companies

Privately Held Companies

Our attorneys will become an integrated part of your team as we guide you through the unique challenges of privately held and family-owned businesses. We’ll help you remain competitive and strategically positioned for the future with experienced-based, pragmatic solutions.

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Privately Held Companies

Building Competitive Advantage

On-demand, business-minded legal insights and recommendations can help your business remain competitive and strategically positioned for the future.

Privately held and family-owned businesses are unique from their publicly traded counterparts yet face many of the same challenges and risks.

For this reason, we maintain a distinct team within our corporate practice to meet your business needs. No matter the challenge or opportunity you face, our goal is to be a knowledgeable, strategic, and integrated part of your team.

Whether your business is owned by private equity, an investor group, or family, we offer a broad base of legal and business knowledge to meet your needs and bring decades of experience and perspective to each client’s unique situation and business goals.

When we’re collaborating with your in-house counsel or serving as your outside general counsel, our attorneys provide practical legal solutions through our experience and multidisciplinary team of experts. We routinely help clients with:

  • Business organization
  • Commercial contracts
  • Corporate governance
  • Debt and equity
  • Executive compensation
  • General counsel and strategic advisory
  • Joint ventures
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures
  • Operational strategies
  • Succession planning
  • Tax matters

We mobilize quickly and bring experienced-based, pragmatic solutions to the table. With access to a deep bench of highly specialized attorneys, we offer the legal expertise to minimize your risk and promote your long-term success.

Corporate Transparency Act

The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) was enacted as an expansion of federal anti-money laundering laws and became effective on January 1, 2024. The CTA introduces reporting requirements for new and existing companies formed or registered in the U.S., including corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.

What does this mean for your company?
We've put together a comprehensive resource center including who qualifies for an exemption, how to file, and additional resources in navigating this new landscape.

CTA Resource Center

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