CORPORATE

ADLI is here to assist with all of your business law and corporate transactional needs throughout the life cycle for your business. Our attorneys are experienced and proficient in their areas of corporate law and practice. Our goal is to grow with your company and to make your success our own.

 

Whether it is start-up formation or discussing and planning thru the growth and life cycle of a business (i.e., contracts, real estate, IP, licensing, tax, security, shareholder agreements, and mergers and acquisitions), ADLI Corporate has you covered. Our attorneys understand which business entities are needed to best protect your assets and are ready to guide your business as it grows through bringing on investors thru mergers and acquisitions.

 

ADLI has expertise in all aspects of contract law, including drafting, negotiations, reviewing licensing agreements, real estate leases, purchase agreements, IP agreements, and transfer of ownership interests.  We are also proficient with corporate governance and can assist our clients with all aspects of corporate compliance. Our goal is to serve as your Outside Counsel for all your transactional matter needs and to serve as a valued advisor and a trusted advocate.  We fulfill the role of your company’s resources for all aspects of transactional and corporate legal work needed to keep your company compliant, legally protected, and in the best possible option to be successful. ADLI Corporate is here to serve as your legal advocate and ready to grow with you and your company.

 

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