Why Should I Hire A Corporate Finance Lawyer?
Get the professional legal support from experienced Texas lawyers your company deserves
The corporate finance law team of attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard provides legal advice to clients facing a wide range of issues, from public offerings to SEC filings and more. Legal issues involving corporate finance can become complicated and involve many different areas of law. That's why it's critical you have an experienced corporate finance attorney you can trust to guide your company through any legal issues that might arise at your business.
Houston law firm Brewer & Pritchard has years of experience working with corporations on a wide range of legal issues involving corporate, finance and securities matters. Whether you're a well-established business or an entrepreneur starting a new company, our sophisticated business law attorneys are well-versed in the rules and regulations governing corporations in Texas.
Answers to questions about corporate finance law from an honest attorney
We compiled the following list of frequently asked questions about corporate finance law based on our extensive experience representing clients dealing with highly complex matters. If you don't see a question here you have about your company, contact us. We can discuss your legal issue and help you resolve the matter in a timely, efficient manner. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help your company.
- What is corporate finance law?
- What role does a lawyer play in corporate financial issues?
- Do I need an attorney to start a corporation?
- Should I hire a lawyer if someone files a lawsuit against my corporation?
- Why should I hire a corporate finance lawyer?
Corporate finance law covers a specific set of laws, rules and regulations covering the creation and regulation of corporations. This area of law includes public offerings, private offerings, corporate contracts, venture capital transactions, private equity transactions and the issuing of securities by the corporations and filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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A corporate finance attorney can make sure that every legal document you create or submit conforms to all the relevant rules and regulations, both state and federal, governing corporations and their issuing of securities in the United States and abroad. Such detailed documents need to be completed to precise requirements without any errors. A lawyer will make sure these forms and filings meet the highest legal standards.
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You don't need an attorney, but you may be able to prevent future problems by retaining a lawyer. A lawyer can make sure the creation of your company meets all the required state and federal laws governing corporations. Whether you're creating a privately held company or a publicly traded business, you may be best served by a detail-oriented, results-driven attorney working for you.
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Yes. Lawsuits can threaten the existence of a corporation or place your company in financial jeopardy. Don't underestimate the seriousness of a lawsuit, no matter how frivolous it might seem. Make sure you have a lawyer on your side, mounting a legal challenge to any lawsuit filed against your corporation.
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You worked hard to create or build your corporation. An experienced attorney can help you maintain your business interests and take your company to the next level. Every corporate transaction needs to be exactly right and withstand any legal challenge. A knowledgeable law firm can protect your company from any legal challenges and help you achieve your goals.
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Honest advice from a professional Houston corporate finance attorney
When you contact us, we won't give you the runaround. We'll provide your company with personal attention and take the time to learn about your legal needs. We don't take a one-size-fits-all approach toward corporate finance law cases. We tailor our strategy to address each individual client.
We work closely with every corporate client every step of the way. We believe in providing people with all their legal options. That way, they can make informed decisions. We won't force you to do anything. You ultimately decide your course of legal action.
Allow us to help your company achieve its goals. Contact us today. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment. Our lawyers have the experience you would expect to find a large law firm, while providing clients with the personal attention they deserve.
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