Business Law

Should you create a corporation, an LLC, or a partnership? What should be the terms of an operating agreement? With our experience, we can answer these questions and guide you through the life cycle of a business from creation to the sale of the business.

Whether we are advising or negotiating for you, we strive to deliver effective counsel to help you achieve your goals.

Exclusive to our Idaho practice, we provide guidance on employer employment matters, from the earliest stages of employment-related decision making (including employment policies, handbook drafting, and human resources training) to later stage employment decisions (including non-compete agreements, severance agreements, and resolution of employer-employee disputes). 

We value working proactively with our clients to help prevent or mitigate employment-related disputes. By doing this, we reduce unneeded stress and enable you to concentrate on other areas more paramount to your business and individual success.

Some of the business life cycle events include:

  • Selection and formation of the business entity (corporation (S- or C-corp), limited liability company (LLC) or partnership)
  • Operation agreements
  • Buy and sell agreements
  • Business contracts
  • Employment issues
  • Capitalization
  • Stock options and transfers
  • Purchase and sale of assets
  • Financing
  • Corporate governance
  • Real estate acquisition
  • Mergers and acquisition