Corporate Law

We represent a diverse set of clients in all types of corporate matters.

Lowe Mobley Lowe & LeDuke regularly represents and provides services to a large number of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and other business entities.

The firm routinely assists corporate clients in the structuring and formation of a wide range of companies of different sizes and in different industries.

Our attorneys regularly advise clients on the nature of the business entity to be used, on the day-to-day management and operation of their businesses and in the negotiation of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and divestitures of their business interests.

We are frequently called upon to act as outside general counsel to our clients and assist them with business planning, ownership and management issues, corporate governance and commercial law matters.

Clients form a diverse group, ranging from individuals, startups and growing businesses to seasoned companies and public corporations.

We represent numerous closely-held businesses in many industries including manufacturing, consumer products, real estate, healthcare, banking and commercial finance.

Types of Services

Our attorneys represent and advise clients in all types of corporate matters including:

  • Assisting clients in the formation and structuring of Alabama and Delaware corporations;
  • Forming and structuring other business entities, such as limited liability companies and general and limited partnerships;
  • Assisting clients in corporate reorganizations, including conversions to other entities, mergers, recapitalizations, and other restructuring;
  • Providing general advice across a wide range of general corporate issues, including maintenance of minutes and records, foreign qualification issues, board and shareholder meetings, and corporate governance issues;
  • Representing special entities, such as non-profit corporations and associations, professional corporations and limited liability companies and limited liability partnerships;
  • Advising directors, officers and other managers as to their duties and liabilities;
  • Representing entities and their principals in shareholder litigation and in other intra-company disputes;
  • Drafting and reviewing various business and commercial contracts;
  • Generally advising clients as to the corporate law implications of their business transactions.