Business Law / Services
Jackson Attorneys Serving mid-Michigan Businesses for Over a Century
The business attorneys of Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski, P.C. provide the highest-quality legal services and advice to a broad range of closely-held and family businesses in Jackson and throughout mid-Michigan. Our corporate lawyers know that using the same lawyer's services again and again is the greatest compliment a client can give, and our law firm is proud to have represented many business clients for years, many over 40 years and spanning multiple generations.
We advise corporations and LLCs on all facets of business, from entity selection and formation, governance, taxation, employment law, commercial loan structuring and transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, contracts, purchase order and supply agreements, shareholder disputes, succession planning, commercial litigation, restructuring and out of court workouts, divestitures, and dissolution.
Our corporate attorneys focus on building ongoing relationships with our clients so we can understand their business, which allows us to identify potential risks before they become problems. We strongly believe that businesses receive the most value from legal services when they are proactive instead of reactive. Our early involvement in a business or employment issue can help avoid a dispute from becoming a lawsuit, which exposes the company to both financial liability and negative publicity. Let us focus on the law, so you can focus on what is most important to you ... growing your company.
As you can see from our list of business-related services, this area of law is extensive. Businesses are highly regulated and complex organizations, and you should have experienced and seasoned legal counsel to help you navigate the waters. Our corporate lawyers have over 55 years of collective experience, and we are ready to help you and your company succeed.
For more detailed information, please browse our business practice areas below. To set up an appointment to speak to one of our attorneys, call (517) 787-9481, email email@example.com, or complete our online contact form.
Business Succession Planning
For most business owners, the principal concern when their business is in its developing stages is growing that business and reaching profitability. While business development is critical, it is also important for business owners to make sure they ha… Read More
Business transactions include almost any transaction or deal that a business may be involved in during its lifecycle, including the acquisition of another business, the purchase or sale of equipment or other capital assets, business financing and len… Read More
Operating your business in Michigan as a corporation, LLC or other business entity can provide you with valuable asset protection and other benefits. However, the legal protection afforded by these entities can evaporate if your business is not prope… Read More
Employment Law & Benefits
Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski, P.C.’s business and corporate law attorneys assist Michigan companies in developing and utilizing appropriate employee contracts, handbooks and policies to attract and retain key employees and ensure compliance w… Read More
Entity Selection & Business Formation
Today there are many different types of legal Michigan operational entities, including corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, professional corporations, and limited partnerships. Operating your business through one of these various… Read More
General Contracts & Forms
The foundation of all business relationships is the basic contract. Whether it is a complex purchase agreement for a multi-million dollar business or a simple form agreement for your business, our Jackson-based business attorneys have the resources a… Read More
Intellectual property creation and infringement in Michigan is governed primarily by federal law. Intellectual Property is a broad term used to describe the legal rights that are available to protect the physical embodiment of the product of intellec… Read More
Although non-profit organizations are businesses, they are quite different than their for-profit siblings. Non-profits are organized and governed under a different set of laws and regulations. Our non-profit lawyers can help you formally organize and… Read More
A secured transaction is one that involves the use of collateral to secure a debt. It requires careful consideration and adherence to the rules of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) regarding perfection and priority of security interests. A creditor w… Read More