Hoover Business Litigation & Corporate Law Attorney
The Hoover business litigation & corporate law attorneys at the Hoover law offices of Cloud Willis & Ellis, LLC provide a broad range of clients with varying business and corporate needs. We assist throughout the process of creating a legal entity to developing an exit plan, and everything in between. Whether you require legal assistance to solve a conflict or with creating a strategy to avoid future conflicts, our attorneys will provide experienced legal guidance to meet your specific needs. Some of our areas of knowledge and proven success include mergers and acquisitions, assisting businesses with expansion, reorganization, commercial workouts or bankruptcy, and debt reconstruction.
Litigation and a Focus on Your Bottom Line
Our attorneys are familiar with both simple and complex business scenarios and conflicts, and work to create an add-value approach for our clients. If litigation is necessary, our team of litigators is more than willing to defend your interests in court to reach the most beneficial solution possible. The relationship that we build with our clients is similar to that of an in-house legal counsel, and we remain driven to improve your bottom line. We remain available to our clients at all times, without the full-time payroll of a true in-house counsel. The single most common mistake that small businesses make is trying to do it all, and failing to outsource when they need help, according to CNBC News. This also applies to large businesses; no matter the size of your business, experienced legal counsel can prepare you for future challenges and help you get through current times of turmoil. Do not hesitate to contact the Hoover law offices of Cloud Willis & Ellis, LLC today for consultation.
Some of Our Most Common Services Include
- General Counsel Services;
- Business Plan Development, Review, and Counsel;
- Name Reservation;
- Choice of Business Entity;
- Business Entity Formation;
- Operating and Partnership Agreements;
- Commercial and Consumer Debt Collections;
- Buy-Sell Agreements;
- Corporate Record-Keeping and Licensure Compliance;
- Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements;
- Human Resources and Operations Manual Development;
- Non-Disclosure and Non-Compete Agreements;
- Drafting, Negotiation, and Review of Contracts for Use with Clients, Customers and Vendors;
- Strategic Partnership Agreements;
- Commercial Dispute Negotiation and Resolution;
- Business Succession Planning;
- Preparation of and Sale of Your Business;
- Business Office Lease Review and Negotiation;
- Commercial Workouts;
- Debt Restructuring
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions can benefit either a smaller company lacking finances, or a larger company seeking to cut down on costs. Regardless of the situation, a merger and acquisition presents an opportunity for growth, either in a poor or fine economy. Strict laws govern mergers and acquisitions, and full compliance is necessary. Our attorneys comply with all of Alabama’s rules and regulations within Title 10A of the Businesses and Nonprofit Entity Code, which governs all mergers and acquisitions in the state.
While there are certainly risks involved with expanding your business, the end result can net large profits. Our attorneys can help make your small- to medium-sized business reach new customers and markets with a secure, smart strategy.
Contact Hoover Business & Corporate Law Attorneys Cloud & Willis, LLC Today
For all of your business litigation and corporate law needs, reach out to the Hoover business litigation and corporate law attorneys of Cloud Willis & Ellis, LLC today at 205-322-6060. We are eager to assist you immediately.