Epps & Coulson’s Corporate attorneys provide results oriented counseling to entrepreneurs, emerging growth companies, partnerships, joint ventures, family businesses, public companies and ones in between. The practice team helps its clients chose the business entity to use and then navigate the challenges and opportunities along the way. The Firm’s attorneys are committed to forming and maintaining long-standing client relationships built on client’s goals.
Epps & Coulson’s skilled attorneys work with start-ups, emerging companies and venture capital clients in areas such as corporate formation, choice of jurisdiction, capital requirements, financing structure, organization, equity and debt, reorganization and exit strategies.
We have prepared marketing, distribution, license and supply agreements for clients in myriad of industries ranging from manufacturing, services, technology, health care, real estate, entertainment, international trade, and others.
Our legal services include business transactions from the routine to complex matters, including contracts in operations, employment, intellectual property, loans and finance, and mergers and acquisitions.
The Firm can guide clients in Corporate Governance matters, including annual filings, Board of Director meetings, conflict of interest, disclosures and audits.
Attorneys at Epps & Coulson consult with clients on everyday strategic business matters all the way to ones that jeopardize a company. When necessary, the Firm’s commercial litigators are driven by client business goals. They have successfully represented clients across industries and regions and of every business size. Among them are financial institutions, as well as local, national and international businesses—both public and private, government entities, start-ups, entrepreneurs and individuals, in a wide range of litigation, mediation and arbitration. The Firm’s attorneys also focus on business solutions to conflicts, including before, during and after litigation. And, forums include not just state and federal courts and dispute resolution providers, but also bankruptcy courts.