Our Elmhurst business attorneys understand the unique needs and mindset of business owners and entrepreneurs. With experienced, affordable, and comprehensive client service, we will build a lifelong relationship with you as your business' trusted adviser whether you need advice or assistance with incorporation, contract drafting or review, employee and independent contractor issues and agreements, business disputes, exit strategies, or asset purchase agreements, our friendly Elmhurst Business attorneys have the experience and skill necessary to provide creative and cost-effective solutions for business.
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Elmhurst Incorporation, LLC & Corporate Law Attorneys
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In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses the 11 situations in which you should consult your business attorney, including: (1) Incorporation; (2) Annual Reports; (3) Employees; (4) Contracts; (5) Investor Agreements; (6) Trademark and Copyright Applications; (7) Dispute Resolution, Litigation & Collection; (8) Solutions for Distressed Businesses; (9) Exit Strategies; (10) Estate Planning; (11) Business Consulting
As a business owner, it is important to have a trusted relationship with your business attorney. You should always feel comfortable calling or e-mailing your attorney at any time. Here are a few situations where it is advisable to consult your business attorney:
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses why it makes sense to hire an attorney to set up your corporation or LLC. (1)Ensure that you are selecting the most advantageous and proper corporate entity. (2) Ensure that corporate formalities are maintained. (3) Ensure that you are registered with the required government agencies. (4) Advise you on tax issues and file necessary paperwork. (5) Build a relationship for your future business needs.
It is important that you work closely with a business attorney when incorporating your business for several reasons:
In this Learn About Law episode, Elmhurst attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the rights minority shareholders have when it comes to closely held corporations in Illinois.
The purpose of this article is to explain the rights and remedies under Illinois law afforded to minority shareholders of Illinois corporations and LLCs. Let’s start by defining the terms “minority shareholder” and “closely held corporation.” Our Elmhurst incorporation, LLC, and corporate law attorneys do so by outlining:
Elmhurst attorney, Kevin O'Flaherty discusses corporations versus LLCs when incorporating your business.
In this episode of the SeizeYourBusiness.com podcast and videoblog, Laura Crawford, CEO of Chamber 630, the Chamber of Commerce for the Downers Grove and Woodridge area, discusses common obstacles faced by business owners and how to overcome them.