Corporate & Business Services
Reger Rizzo & Darnall’s Corporate & Business Services Group provides innovative and customized legal services for a variety of clients in a broad range of industries. Our experienced attorneys represent both public and private companies in matters ranging from entity formation and contract negotiation and review for small ventures to representing large companies in complex, multi-million dollar mergers and acquisitions.
We provide trusted guidance and support on an “as-needed” basis, allowing clients the time and freedom to focus on their business interests. Whether we’re structuring new a business venture or creating a sophisticated succession plan for a family-owned business, our attorneys proactively communicate with clients each step of the way to ensure they understand their options and are protected from unnecessary risks.
Creating solid, trusting working relationships is a top priority for our firm. Our attorneys immerse themselves in their clients’ businesses and strive to stay abreast of trends impacting their individual areas of practice. This dedication to the legal profession, as well as to our clients’ businesses, allows our attorneys to offer timely, cost-effective legal representation that not only meets, but also exceeds, individual needs and expectations.
Additionally, our Corporate & Business Services Team is able to draw upon the support and knowledge of attorneys in the firm’s other departments, such as the commercial finance, employment and litigation groups. This cross-disciplinary approach enables our attorneys to maximize the value and service provided to our corporate clients.
Areas of Practice
- Bank and Institutional Borrowing
- Entity Formation
- Business Succession Planning
- Contract Preparation, Negotiation, Review & Compliance
- Joint Ventures
- Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
- Corporate Governance
- Private Placements
- Private Equity Financings
- Shareholder, Operating and Partnership Agreements
- Workouts and Restructuring
- Regulatory Compliance
- Non-Profit Corporations
- Shareholder Disputes
- Franchising and Distribution
- Protecting The Corporate Veil
- Selecting the Right Corporate Entity for Your Business
- Worker Classification: Implications and Guidance for Business Owners
- The Importance of Due Diligence in Business Transactions
- The Delaware Rapid Arbitration Act Will Take Commercial Disputes for a Ride on the Hyperloop
- What Philadelphia Business Owners Need to Know if They Plan to Close During the Pope's Visit
- New Changes to Pennsylvania's Business Entity Laws
- Cyber Attacks On Your Business
- Protecting Your Business Brand