Business & Corporate Law
usinesses can take many different forms and deciding which form a business should take on is an important legal and financial decision. The ways of doing business are regulated by law, which involves all aspects of creating, maintaining, and dissolving business entities.
The form decided upon for a Nebraska business can come about as a result of many factors, such as tax, personal, and business considerations. Balancing and discussing all of these factors helps the parties involved decide which form of business will best suit their needs.
Under Nebraska law, sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations are probably the most well-known types of business entities. However, other types of businesses, such as limited liability partnerships, are available and have become more popular in recent years. Each type of business entity has its own unique tax and liability characteristics as well as unique requirements for creation. The advice of a skilled and competent Nebraska business attorney should be sought in order to decide which type of business would best suit the needs of the parties involved and properly establish the business.
Business formation is only one aspect of Nebraska business and corporate law. Other issues arise for business owners, including building, acquiring or leasing facilities or equipment, business mergers or acquisitions, contracting for the purchase or sale of goods and services, developing policies, procedures, plans and agreements concerning employees and independent contractors, or simply attempting to comply with the constantly-growing array of rules, regulations, codes, ordinances, statutes and laws affecting businesses. Occasionally, an entity may also need to seek enforcement of a contractual obligation, or defend claims brought against it in the Nebraska courts.
Parker, Grossart, Bahensky, Beucke, Bowman & Symington, L.L.P. has numerous years of experience advising clients with respect to business and corporate law issues. We are available to discuss and advise the best course of action for a business to take in any situation. In addition, our attorneys are also experienced in Nebraska business litigation and are prepared to represent clients in Nebraska courts concerning all aspects of their business.