Areas of counsel for business owners:
Types of businesses we form:
- Entity Selection
- Corporate Formation or Dissolution
- Contract Review
- Succession Planning including Buy-Sell Agreements
- Limited Liability Companies
- Non-profit Corporations
- Limited Partnerships
Jack Moore listens to your goals and work with you to determine which business form best achieves your goals and objectives and then assist in preparing and filing the required corporate documents.
Jack drafts operating agreements, bylaws, resolutions, and other agreements to meet your business needs.
He provides counsel throughout your business’ life, from formation, through operation, and eventual sale, dissolution or transfer of the business.
John O. “Jack” Moore, Attorney at Law, focuses on serving the needs of all types of small business owners from inception throughout the life of the business, and then helps to plan for succession of business ownership. He represents accountants, sales professionals, veterinarians, physicians, landscapers, web and software developers, and everyone in between. Jack can:
- Advise you on selecting the best business entity
- Draft internal agreements between the owners such as operating agreements, partnership agreements, and buy-sell arrangements
- Draft employment documents such as non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, non-disclosure agreements, independent contractor agreements, and termination agreements
- Negotiate contracts with your vendors, landlords, and customers
- Handle all aspects of the purchase and sale of businesses
- Handle all aspects of business disputes and litigation if necessary
- Guide your business through EEOC complaints
Incorporations & LLC Formations
Starting a new business involves a confusing maze of choices, including sole proprietor, general or limited partnership, corporation (C or S), or limited liability corporation (LLC). Jack Moore can counsel you and your accountant on how to form your new business in the way that best meets your needs.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, is a term that describes methods of resolving a dispute outside of litigation, including negotiation, mediation and binding arbitration. At times, ADR can be used in place of litigation, such as binding arbitration as a requirement of a contract. Jack Moore can help you resolve disputes through negotiation and mediation, thus avoiding or shortening litigation, saving expense and avoiding uncertainty.