Focused on the distinctive needs of middle-market businesses and entrepreneurs, Norris McLaughlin’s Business Law attorneys are results-oriented advisors. In deal-making negotiations and drafting, we recognize the need to find winning resolutions that satisfy all counterparties to a transaction.
We counsel our clients on a wide range of business matters, including mergers & acquisitions, expansions, reorganizations, cross-border transactions, corporate structure and governance, and corporate and commercial transactions. From day-to-day guidance to long-term strategic counsel, we provide efficient direction and support to public and closely held local, regional, national, and international businesses.
Our relationships with our clients go beyond simply providing legal advice. We share in our clients’ successes and struggles, and when solicited, offer our experience and practical guidance. That’s just one reason why clients view us as more than just lawyers, but as a business partner invested in their vision.
Who We Are
Our Business Law attorneys are diverse in experience and background, and that diversity allows us to empathize with – and better understand – our clients’ needs. We are effective, forward-looking, and goal-oriented, determined to help clients achieve their business objectives and mitigate risks.
Who We Help
Our clients come from a variety of industries and jurisdictions, and while the following list is by no means exhaustive, some of our most active clients include the following:
- Family-owned business
- Food, Beverage, and Hospitality
- Human capital
- Public Utilities
What We Do
Throughout a company’s life cycle, many predictable events require legal advice. The following are some needs we routinely address:
- Corporate Structure and Formation
- Tax Counseling
- Corporate governance
- Shareholders and Buy-Sell Agreements
- Terms and Conditions
- Operating Agreements
- Commercial Agreements
- Employment Agreements
- Executive Agreements
- Benefit Plans
- Capital Raising
- Divestures (Sales)
- Mergers and Reorganizations