Business & Commercial Law

At EPGD, we have the experience, knowledge, and resources to effectively facilitate transactions and litigation disputes.

We offer high-quality and result-oriented legal advice and representation to large, medium-sized, and small businesses.

Our business law department’s philosophy is to practice preventative law. We believe that through careful planning, advising, and drafting during the transactional stage, we can anticipate all possibilities and educate our clients, in order to minimize risk and prevent litigation in the future. If we believe that a short-term solution will not be cost-effective or will bring long-term problems, we will always let you know. And if problems do arise in the future, we will also do a great job handling those; courtesy of our litigation department.

Skilled Representation for Businesses and Business Owners

Our firm has long-standing relationships with several major corporate clients. We have built strong relationships through the vast array of services we offer in several areas of business and commercial law. We are a full-service business law firm that can advise from the inception of a business through the closing of transactions all the way through litigation of disputes.

Business Transactions:

Our business law attorneys are highly experienced in assisting businesses and their owners in all types of commercial transactions, from basic operating agreements and contracts through assistance with complex corporate and capital transactions. Some of the services we provide to corporations include formation, structuring, compliance, governance, and maintenance. A few of the transactions our attorneys are experienced with include purchase and sale of assets, purchase and sale of membership or stock interest, joint venture agreements, licensing agreements, and services agreements.

Foreign Assistance:

Our corporate department works closely with foreign investors in the U.S., representing them in corporate structuring and commercial transactions with regard to U.S. and international tax implications.