Corporate Law: Incorporating And Managing A BusinessSetting up, maintaining and growing a business can be challenging. At Lintott Law, we can provide tailored legal assistance for those in Calgary and throughout Alberta and nearby areas who are looking to incorporate, register, amend, dissolve or grow their business. We will draft and review corporate contracts, provide advice on business structures and partnerships and simplify the administrative process for you. Our legal team will work closely with you to answer your questions and identify problems in advance.
Guiding You Through The Complexities Of Business LawBusiness owners and entrepreneurs must consider how corporate laws will affect their business operations. Who will be the directors? What role do shareholders play? What records must be kept, and how are they maintained? The same is true of franchise law. Our team is very familiar with franchise legislation across Canada from the perspective of either the franchisor or franchisee. We can help franchisors with their franchise documents, including the Franchise Agreement, operation manuals, guarantees and sub-leases. We also will act for franchisors or franchisees in the enforcement of their franchise documents and rights. At Lintott Law, we will address your unique concerns and give you the details you need to make informed decisions. Our legal team understands how to apply business laws to align with your business goals. We’ll help you draft corporate contracts and agreements, and enforce their provisions when disputes arise.
Corporate Law Disputes and Estate Administration DisputesWe will guide you through litigation disputes involving corporate or commercial litigation. These can take many forms, such as Shareholder disputes and breach of contract matters. Contact one of our litigators to discuss the specifics of your personal matter.
Business Advice You Can TrustOur legal team can assist you with:
- Incorporating as a named, numbered or professional corporation
- Amending Articles of Incorporation
- Establishing and maintaining Corporate Minute Books
- Dissolving or reviving a corporation
- Updating Directors and Shareholders
- Drafting Rollover and Unanimous Shareholder Agreements