Corporate Attorney in Spruce Grove
Verhaeghe Law Office employ highly technical corporate law innovators with years of proven experience representing companies like yours, in Spruce Grove, and on the world stage. We offer sound legal intelligence that explores every option available to you, always working to make your goals a reality. Here are just some of the areas of corporate law we can help with:
- Contract review
- Corporate formation
- Operational guidance
- Litigation claims
- Corporate securities
- Project financing
- Venture capital
- …and more
We support businesses of all sizes, and sector classification making recommendations for the best course of action. We represent your best interests during any legal process, and work with meticulous attention to detail, to secure the contracts, negotiations and deals that contribute to the stability and expansion of your bottom line.
Our Business Law Lawyer Profile
Our rich history working with companies across a variety of highly focused industries gives our firm a valuable background you won't find anywhere else. We attune ourselves to the very core of your organization to deliver highly customized information that positions you at the forefront of your industry. The following are just some of the services our diversified staff is ready to provide for you:
- Class actions
- Environmental issues
- Contract research
- Policy development
- Lender liability
- Business tort litigation
- Shareholder disputes
- Insurance coverage & claims
- Consumer protection
- Property transfers
- …and more
Avoid putting your company at risk when you enter into a dispute with another business, government association, person or group. Our record for establishing long-term, highly synergetic relationships with our clients are evidence of the value of our guidance, and our ability to authenticate transactions of all types.
A Contract Lawyer With Industry Experience
We employ a collection of drafting professionals who digest, negotiate and authenticate complex agreements on your behalf. Our ability to stay on top of local case rulings and regulation shifts, and process lengthy documents with impressive turnaround times, make us attractive partners. This group of all-star bargaining consultants collaborates with you to gain a full understanding of your objectives so we can devise a plan that removes any barriers, and keeps your operations in good standing with legislation, every step of the way.
Do I Need a Corporate Lawyer?
If you have a small business that has been expanding rapidly, you might be on the road to incorporating. While some tech-savvy business owners might find all the information they need online, for an emerging entrepreneur it might be a little more difficult.
Incorporating your business isn’t as simple as filling out a few forms and registering your businesses name. Forming your corporation is but one small element of setting up a business. Once your business is incorporated, you know have to familiarize yourself matters including:
- • Code compliance
- • Tax law
- • Contract law
- • Securities law
- • Intellectual property law
Failure to seek appropriate counsel on these matters could prove disastrous for your business. If a corporation fails to comply with corporate bylaws and requirements, your business could lose its corporate status.
A corporate lawyer like those at Verhaeghe Law Office will make sure your corporate is always acting in full compliance with Alberta’s many rules and regulations. Not only that, we will advise you on all corporate transactions. Transactions between two corporations can be extremely complicated, after all. A business attorney can look over every contract before you sign it and advise you on how to proceed.
What’s another benefit of having a corporate lawyer at your side? What looks more legitimate to investors, competitors and peers than a business attorney at your side? When you are in the developmental stages of your business, a lawyer will provide you with the professionalism you need to reap all the benefits your business deserves.
Non-Disclosure Agreements and More: When you Need a Corporate Lawyer
When we hear about non-disclosure agreements (or NDAs as they’re more commonly known as), they’re usually in the context of Hollywood celebrities and the clandestine government spies from political thrillers. But they’re actually quite important for many corporations, even small businesses.
Why might you need a non-disclosure agreement for your company? They’re needed any time your company has information that needs to be protected. Examples of such sensitive information include:
- • Un-patented company inventions, innovations or new ideas that you have yet to make public
- • Private company information you are sharing with other individuals
- • Any information that is exchanged verbally or electronically
- • Any information that is not already accessible to those unaffiliated with your business
As there as many ways in which ‘confidentiality’ can be defined, the team at Verhaeghe Law Office will work to draft an agreement which is specific and individual to your business and what you want to be protected. We will make sure any proprietary information you share with contractors, investors, new employees or business partners is always protected.
Verhaeghe Law Office can assist you and your company with a variety of other agreements, including, but not limited to:
- • Consulting agreements
- • Non-competition agreements
- • Joint venture agreements
- • Partnership agreements
- • Non-solicitation agreements
- • Service agreements
- • Shareholder agreements
When you have a corporate lawyer at your service, you won’t have to worry about any ambiguity or uncertainty. You will be able rest easy knowing that your expectations and limitations are clearly outlined for every employee, colleague or investor to see.
Top Business Litigation Professionals
Litigation is an expensive, resource-consuming process that is best avoided by crafting actionable solutions to disputes, at the earliest possible juncture. Our firm’s history of outstanding performance showcases our skill in the identification of opportunities to advance business, by proposing alternative resolutions to disputes.
Multi-faceted corporate disputes must occasionally go to court for settlement to achieve the desired results. You can expect courtroom excellence and tact at the highest level from our Spruce Grove trial team. Allow us to aggressively advocate for you, putting our years of litigation experience and familiarity with current case rulings to good use.
No matter the terms of your current legal standings, or the unique circumstances of your case, intent, or contract requirements, we are behind you 100% of the way. We’ll explain all of the options available to you and work closely with you to develop the best strategy to connect your business with its objectives, in and out of the courtroom.
Call our offices today to set up a consultation with an advocate who knows the intricacies of corporate law in Spruce Grove in great depth.