Running a business is not easy. While employees work 8/5, you work 24/7. Companies like yours are forced to deal with a range of highly complex issues, day in and day out. It’s easy to make slip-ups which, unfortunately, can cost you everything. We want to help you by offering the right legal guidance, ensuring you can cost-effectively mitigate legal problems without delay.
We proudly assist our business clients with the negotiation and preparation of documents for commercial transactions. From acquiring real estate to debt restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and everything in-between, we are here to serve. Whether you are a financial institution, trade association, non-profit, or something else, we can even introduce you to newfound opportunities provided by the law to encourage more business growth.
Larger transactions increase the chances of legal problems. Never underestimate the importance of transactional counsel in this regard. You may even need multiple conventional contracts, rounds of negotiation, and more. Signing commercial leases or purchasing commercial property may seem simple; however, anything can go wrong at any time. Our seasoned transactional attorneys have all the knowledge and experience needed to protect your interests, prevent pitfalls from occurring, and identify potential areas that could add value to your transactions.
No business relationship is immune to conflict. Disputes are often par for the course, caused by a range of potential issues. Our experienced corporate litigation attorneys in Chicago have been resolving complicated corporate conflicts for over 40 years; offering personalization, flexibility, cost-efficiency, and peace of mind. Whether you are an individual business owner or partner, and have experienced a disagreement regarding a shareholder agreement or are involved in multi-party litigation, we can help. We provide trusted legal counsel and representation you would naturally choose – fighting aggressively for what is right.
WE CAN ALSO
- Contract Performance
- Shareholder Litigation
- Tortious Interference
- Corporate Bankruptcy
- And more