Corporate Law

Lindabury provides a full range of corporate law services to businesses through all phases of development, from private entrepreneurs and start-up companies to large privately-held or publicly traded companies. Our attorneys bring extensive experience to assist our clients in navigating the path from the initial formation of a business, through its financing and operational development and expansion, and ultimately to potential exit strategies.

  • Entity Selection and Formation
    • Assisting clients in the selection of the appropriate type of entity for their operations
    • Forming C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships, Partnerships, Joint Ventures, Nonprofit Corporations, Professional Corporations, and other entities in New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and numerous other jurisdictions
    • Drafting Articles of Incorporation, Articles of Formation, Bylaws, Operating Agreements, and Partnership Agreements
    • Conversions from one form of entity to another
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Advising clients with pre-acquisition planning and letters of intent
    • Negotiation and drafting of documentation in connection with mergers, triangular mergers, stock purchases, asset purchases and sales
    • Due diligence
    • Advising clients regarding exit strategies
    • Tax planning and analysis
  • Financing
    • Private placement securities offerings
    • Angel financing
    • Venture capital
    • Preferred Stock
    • SEC and blue sky compliance
    • Secured lending arrangements
    • Bank and other financial services lending
  • Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
    • Commercial loan workouts
    • Enforcement of Uniformed Commercial Code Rights
    • Creditors/Debtors issues
    • Commercial mortgage foreclosure
    • Debt recovery and litigation
  • Governance
    • Drafting minutes and resolutions
    • Shareholder Agreements
    • Voting trusts, succession planning, buy-sell agreements
    • Advising clients regarding governance issues and shareholder rights
  • Contracts
    • Drafting and reviewing contracts with customers, vendors, service providers, sales representatives, employees, and distributors
    • Licensing agreements; non-disclosure agreements; proprietary rights agreements; indemnification agreements
    • Stock option plans and grants; restricted stock grants; subscription agreements; phantom stock