Operational & Transaction Advisory Services

Responsive solutions for start-ups, small businesses, and established companies. Getting to know you and your business, as well as listening to and understanding your needs is an essential aspect of becoming an effective business resource. We are able to respond to our clients utilizing a wide-range of legal expertise and valuable relationships with proven partners. This allows us to create a cost-effective, responsive, and totally customized approach to our client’s legal needs.

The business transaction advisory practice promotes an open line of communication with our clients. This allows us to not only get to know our clients and their way of doing business, but to also help keep an eye on any issues that may arise. This means we can help prevent small issues into becoming big ones and also be a knowledgeable sounding board for our clients.

No two businesses are alike, and no single due diligence strategy can satisfy every buyer, seller, or lender. We tailor our processes and results to the direct needs of our client.


There are several state and federal laws regulating business contracts, partnerships, employees, taxation, liabilities and everything in between. Luckily, a business attorney can ensure your dealings with both clients and employees remain in good legal standing. This is why our clients usually bring us on board:

  • We will take care of all the complicated paperwork and red tape.
  • We specialize in business laws, but also have knowledge of other laws to offer all around legal counsel.

  • We will scrutinize any new regulations by the federal or state government and explain how it may (or may not) affect your business.

  • Wey may also represent you in the courtroom if needed.


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    We Provide Highly-Skilled And Results-Driven Corporate Attorneys.

    Business Formations: LLCs, LLPs, LPs,
    S-Corps And C-Corps

    When you start your own venture, the very first thing that needs to be decided is the formation of the business, whether it will be an LLC, LLP, LP, S-Corp or a C-Corp. You need to ascertain which of these formations will suit your business goals, liabilities, and taxation. For instance, it can get difficult for the layman to differentiate between a C-Corp and an S-Corp. However, a Corporate Lawyer can help you understand the key differences and also help you decide you which formation will best fit your requirements. They will also be able to help you understand the tiny details differentiating them.

    Negotiation Of Commercial And
    Corporate Transactions

    Business transactions are pivotal to any firm’s operations. Business attorneys manage each and every type of commercial and corporate transaction, such as: mergers and acquisitions, contract development and review, trademark registrations, and protecting the business you’ve built. With experience ranging from entrepreneurs and startups to larger businesses and corporations, our corporate lawyers offer their extensive knowledge and expertise for our clients.

    Employment Agreements

    Employment relationships in any reputable organization or business are always a contractual one, which comes in many forms. South Carolina is an at-will employment state, which means that an employee may quit their job at any time for any reason or no reason whatsoever. On the same lines, employers can also hire and fire employees at will. This is why it becomes so important to hire a corporate lawyer, who understands the law and offer legal guidance on numerous issues such as:

    • Employment law
    • Occupational safety

    • Employing minors

    • Hiring and firing processes

    • Sexual harassment

    • Family and medical leave

    • Worker’s compensation

    • Employee pay and benefits

    Business Agreements: Non Disclosures, Licensing, Asset Purchases, Stock Purchases,
    PPMs & Corporate Governance

    Business contracts or agreements are one of the most common reasons why organizations and businesses hire business lawyers. These agreements are legally binding documents between two parties. Common agreements include – Nondisclosure agreements, noncompete agreements, licensing documents, property or other asset purchases, stock purchases, PPMs, and corporate governance. Because breach of contract is common and occurs when one party fails to honor or perform their part of the agreement, it becomes necessary to take legal advice (or action) from expert lawyers.

    Start-Up Consultation

    The freedom of a startup is exhilarating. Being your own boss, making an impact on the world, and sharing your industry ideas with others drives you to bring your startup from an idea to a reality. However, with a startup also comes limited funds, limited workers, and a learning curve. With our experience working with startups and entrepreneurs, we are able to offer you the right advice and customized services to make sure that nothing stands in your way. Hiring a corporate attorney can help you start on the right foot by helping you analyze essential legal matters, guiding you to take the right legal decision, and contributing to your business’s growth in the long run.

    Business Disputes And Pre-Litigation Counsel

    It is not uncommon for businesses to need a corporate lawyer, who can offer legal counsel on business disputes along with pre-litigation counsel. This includes legal topics such as:

    • Personal Injury

    • Tort/Negligence Actions

    • Contract Disputes

    • Unfair trade practices

    • Employee relationship disputes

    • Construction Litigation

    • Real Estate Disputes

    • Insurance litigations

    • Restraining Orders