Our Scott County corporate attorneys provide experienced legal services in all areas of business law, including incorporation of Illinois corporations and LLCs. We provide personalized and comprehensive representation for your corporation, LLC, partnership, or sole proprietorship. In addition to legal representation we offer business coaching and consulting as well as networking events and speaking opportunities.
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Scott County Corporate Attorneys
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In this video, Scott County corporate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses situations the powers and duties of corporate officers in Chicago corporations.
In this article, our Scott County corporate attorneys explain the corporate structure as well as the duties of corporate officers. Many corporate entities consist of 3 main positions including shareholders, officers and directors. In smaller businesses, a person can serve as the business’s only officer, director, and shareholders while directors and officers have fiduciary duties to corporate Stakeholders, and the business itself. Fiduciary duties ensure officers and directors use their best business judgment to promote the best interests of the company.
In this video, Scott County corporate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the fiduciary duties of corporate officers in Scott County corporations.
Our Scott County corporate attorneys are dedicated to helping you learn about the different aspects of your business, including fiduciary duties. We explain what fiduciary duties are and what their purpose is in business. This article answers questions pertaining to fiduciary business including: “what is a fiduciary duty?”, “who has fiduciary duties in a corporation?”, “why are fiduciary duties important in business?”, “what are the fiduciary duties directors and corporate officers take on?”, “what is the business judgement rule?” and “when does the business judgement rule apply?”.
In this video, Scott County corporate lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains
A buy-sell agreement allows business owners to plan in advance for how an owner and the business will part ways upon the occurrence of certain triggering events such as the death or disability of an owner, the voluntary decision to terminate ownership either through a routine sale of stock or through retirement, or the company’s decision to part ways with the owner with or without cause. Our Scott County corporate attorneys discuss what components a well drafted buy-sell agreement should contain including: