Business Law 2017-03-06T15:47:23+00:00

Burnsville, MN Business Law Lawyer

Eric T. Olson Law representation of business owners from organizational start up through maturation and all the steps in between and beyond. Business owners and clients can expect practical and cost efficient advice and solutions from us to solve their legal challenges and protect their businesses. Clients served by Eric T. Olson Law receive seasoned counsel and the benefit from years of experience meeting the needs of business owners, corporations, developers, lenders, landlords and others receive sound counsel, well crafted documentation and responsive, cost effective service.

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Business Law Representation

Business Law Business Formation

Selecting the form of business entity for one’s business is a fundamental decision that a business owner faces. Collaborating closely with the business owner and his or her accountant, Eric T. Olson Law evaluate and identify appropriate business entities and prepare the documents necessary to set up your company in compliance with Minnesota statutes which include:

  • Corporations, (Subchapter S and C)
  • Limited liability companies
  • Partnerships (general and limited liability)
  • Sole proprietorship

Business Law Business Contracts

Eric T. Olson Law will work closely with business owners to provide advice on a myriad of legal concerns and issues faced in the conduct of day to day business. Counsel will assist in establishing agreements and contracts, handling routine and specific issues including: contract review, licensing review, regulatory and compliance issues, employment and non-competition agreements, buy-sell agreements, financial transactions and loan document analyses, real estate transactions, lease reviews and business disputes.

Business Law Shareholder/Member/Partner Management

Following formation, Eric T. Olson Law will work with the preparation of the shareholder member and partnership operating or control agreements. These key agreements set the framework and help the individual owners manage the business relationship as it evolves and to retain one’s liability protections.

 

CIC, Condo and Townhouse

Associations and members advertising on the right, obligations and responsibilities of associations to its members and members to their associations requires experience and understanding of MCIOA and common interest documents.

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