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In this article, our Scott County incorporation, LLC, and corporate law attorneys discuss the importance of consulting a business attorney.
Business attorneys are familiar with the legal specifications of running a business and can help you ensure that you are legally abiding by any necessary laws and regulations. Our Scott County attorneys explain that consulting a business attorney can help your business in making sure that their incorporations, annual reports, employees, contracts, investor agreements, trademark applications, and other important grounds are covered so that you can have a peace of mind when running your business.
In this video, our Scott County attorneys discuss the benefits of working with n attorney to incorporate your business.
In this Learn About Law episode, Scott County attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the rights minority shareholders have when it comes to closely held corporations in Iowa.
Minority shareholders are shareholders of a corporation that do not control the operations of the business. They own less than 50% of teh shares and do not have voting power in the company's decision, however, they still have rights when it comes to the corporation.
Our Scott County incorporation and corporate law attorneys explain the importance of a minority shareholder and what decisions are within their jurisdiction to make.