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Tampa Complex Business Transactions Attorney

As a business owner, you will take part in many transactions from the day you open your doors. Sometimes, these will be fairly simple and straightforward, such as when a customer purchases one of your products. In other instances, transactions become much more complex, such as when you are about to acquire or merge with another business. Our Tampa complex business transactions attorney can provide the legal support you need for all transactions and for every phase of your business.

Complex Transactions when Establishing Your Business

When first starting your business, there are many different transactions involved to get up and running. These can include insurance contracts, lease agreements, vendor contracts, partnership agreements, and more. Our experienced attorney can help you accomplish many tasks when forming your business, including:

  • Forming a sole proprietorship, LLC, corporation, or partnership,
  • Hiring employees and independent contractors, and
  • Drafting corporate by-laws.

It is important to have legal advice when engaging in the above transactions and others, to ensure no mistakes are made and your business is set up for success.

Complex Transactions During Regular Operations

In the day-to-day management of your company, you will face many different decisions that a Tampa complex business transactions lawyer can help with. These include:

  • Reorganizing and restructuring partnerships, LLCs, and corporations,
  • Buying and selling business assets,
  • Protecting trademarks, trade secrets, and other intellectual property,
  • Licensing, selling, and acquiring trademarks, copyrights, and other IP assets,
  • Selling equity to outside investors,
  • Mergers and acquisitions,
  • Buy-sell agreements,
  • Employment agreements,
  • Business plans,
  • Non-disclosure agreements,
  • Assignments of intellectual property,
  • Business licensing,
  • Contracts and commercial agreements,
  • Software agreements,
  • Franchising,
  • Website and e-commerce agreements, and
  • Litigating disputes, such as breach of contract or disputes between shareholders and partners.

An experienced attorney can carefully review the above contracts and agreements before you sign to ensure your interests are properly protected.

Complex International Business Transactions

When you have a business that crosses international borders, even the simplest of transactions can become complex. Our complex business transaction lawyer can help with all of the following:

  • Business formation,
  • Business dissolution,
  • All contracts,
  • Mergers and acquisitions,
  • Partnership disputes,
  • Corporate restructuring,
  • Compliance with government regulations,
  • Compliance with employment and labor law,
  • Negotiating commercial leases, as well as evictions, and
  • Commercial transactions

When conducting business around the globe, it is imperative that you have sound legal advice for any transaction your company participates in.

Call Our Complex Business Transactions Lawyer in Tampa for Help Today

Whether you are just starting a business, expanding your reach, or need legal help with your daily operations, our Tampa complex business transactions lawyer at BBDG Law can help. We offer many different types of business transactional services including outside general counsel, business entity formation, business planning, employment agreements, and more. We will answer all of your questions along the way so you can make informed decisions for your business. Call us today at (813) 221-3759 or fill out our online form to schedule a consultation with our experienced attorney and to get the information you need.

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