Whether you’re a small family-run business or a national corporation, CSH Law can meet your legal needs.
For larger corporate clients, we work on more complex corporate matters; for small to mid-sized businesses, we often act as “outsourced in-house counsel,” assisting them with a wide variety of issues. Our services include:
- General corporate matters: Entity selection; formation and establishment of corporate governance
- Contractual agreements: Drafting, review, and negotiation of agreements vital to your business’s security and growth
- Intellectual property: Protection, management, and monetization of your company’s intellectual property
- Workforce management: Managing your employees and complying with state and federal regulations as your workforce grows
- Venture capital financing: Working with investors, understanding options, securing financing, and structuring agreements
- Technology: Managing and protecting your company’s data and brand in the exciting but increasingly risky world of pervasive connectivity
- Risk assessment and management: Assessing and understanding risks associated with your daily operations and how to best mitigate those risks
- Dispute resolution: Counsel on options and swift resolution of disputes that arise in the course of running your business
Our winning approach includes a mid-market model that enables us to offer the knowledge and experience found at large law firms at very competitive rates. This model also allows for flexible billing arrangements, including flat-fee, hybrid-fee and, under certain circumstances, contingency-fee agreements.
The group is led by chair Marshall Wall and a team of veteran attorneys who focus on all aspects of the clients’ operations, industry environment and, most importantly, overall business strategy. From issues routine to complex, our team will doggedly pursue your interests while efficiently managing budgets.
The Business Law Practice Group covers all of North Carolina from our offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, and Wilmington. To speak to an attorney, please contact Marshall Wall.
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