The corporate transactions practice at KO provides sophisticated legal counsel to business clients of all natures and sizes. During the past two decades, the firm has established a reputation for providing professional advice and representation to clients throughout the country.
Comprehensive Commercial Transactions Legal Services
Commercial transaction lawyers at KO possess the knowledge and proficiency to analyze clients’ business objectives and provide informative advice. The attorneys represent all forms of business clients, including banking institutions, publicly held and private entities, government entities, and other business entrepreneurs in all aspects of commercial transactions.
- Business formation: Attorneys evaluate business objectives and weigh the tax implications of each type of business entity. The firm advises clients of the benefits of forming entities such as LLCs, partnerships, corporations, and others. They generate partnership agreements, operating agreements, incorporation documents, and other entity formation documents.
- Strategic business transactions: The firm advises clients throughout the life of a business and facilitates mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, strategic alliances, joint ventures, purchase and sale, and other transactions.
- Corporate financial transactions: The attorneys are experienced in all aspects of corporate finance, secured loan transactions, equity transactions, venture capital financing, equity and debt restructuring, workouts, and project financing.
- Banking: KO advises lenders and business entities in all aspects of banking and commercial law through local, national, and international lending institutions.
- Commercial transactions: The attorneys assist clients in all other aspects of commercial transactions, including corporate governance, sale and distribution contracts, securities matters, and other issues.
The attorneys carefully develop contracts that explicitly document the rights and obligations of each party. KO works hard to help clients ensure that each transaction is properly structured, adequately sourced, and appropriate for its intended purpose.