Business & Commercial Law
Kankakee, Illinois Business and Commercial Lawyers
Legal issues arise every day in the business world. New companies require legal advice regarding whether to set up a sole proprietorship, a limited liability company, a partnership or a corporation. Established companies enter into business deals and need legal counsel to negotiate, review and draft all the necessary contracts. All businesses confront government regulation and need sound legal guidance to navigate the complex regulatory system.
At the law office of Scott N. Sliwinski, P.C., in Kankakee, Illinois, we have extensive experience representing businesses in general legal matters. We counsel businesses and their owners throughout northern Illinois, including Kankakee County, Iroquois County and Will County, and in the communities of Kankakee, Bradley, Bourbonnais, Momence, Manteno, Peotone, Herscher, Watseka, Monee and Joliet.
Our business law lawyers work with many start-up companies, helping them select the appropriate business form. We draft all documents necessary to establish a business in good standing under Illinois business laws, including articles of incorporation, articles of organization, by-laws, and corporate resolutions. We ensure that our business clients are properly licensed and registered with all required revenue agencies. We will also conduct any required annual meetings and handle any mandatory annual filings.
Our business attorneys also negotiate, review and draw up all types of business agreements, including:
- Sales and marketing contracts
- Financing agreements and secured transactions
- Employment agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Non-compete and confidentiality contracts
- Lease agreements
- Franchise agreements
Our clients include corporations, partnerships, limited partnerships, nonprofit organizations, and franchises. We advise clients on buy-outs, mergers and acquisitions, fraud and business litigation.
Contact the experienced business law lawyers at Scott N. Sliwinski, P.C., to schedule a consultation.