Business Organizations: Formation And Operations
The form of business chosen for a business entity potentially affects every aspect of its operations. Clayton & McEvoy P.C. assists with the formation, capitalization, funding, reorganization and operations of a business. Businesses may be corporations, limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships or sole proprietorships.
Our business and commercial law attorneys provide counsel and representation regarding compliance with regulatory requirements, human resources and trade practices. The firm advises on contractual relations and transactions, including acquisitions, mergers, divestiture and dissolution of business entities.
Formation And Operations of Nonprofit Organizations
Clayton & McEvoy P.C. advises and assists in the formation, qualification, funding and operation of public benefit, mutual benefit and religious nonprofit organizations.
We secure the proper recognition of nonprofit status from the Internal Revenue Service, the California Franchise Tax Board and local tax authorities. We counsel clients as to their ongoing needs to protect preserve and manage assets held in the name of not-for-profit entities, particularly in the area of real estate.
Advising Californians On Family Businesses
Clayton & McEvoy P.C. in San Jose counsels and advises family-owned enterprises with a focus on the unique requirements of family businesses. We provide advice on the creative approaches to capital structures and enterprise governance. We advise our clients ownership rights, profit allocations, incentive compensation and deferred compensation.
Our services encompass retirement planning, equity realization and ownership transition plans. We provide up-to-date counsel on labor policies and employee incentives. Our lawyers assist our clients in implementing strategies for the development, growth, management, preservation, and ultimate disposition or divestiture of the enterprise.
Call or send an email to schedule a consultation regarding any issues related to contracts, business organizations or other business law matters.