Legal Support For Twin Cities Area Businesses
The success of a business lies in its relationships: between owners, with employees, and with buyers and suppliers. A dysfunctional business relationship can have a negative impact on the entire network.
At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we take a holistic approach to our clients’ businesses by taking the time to truly understand how they operate and what the owners hope to accomplish. That can mean heading to our clients’ workplaces on a monthly basis to discuss both what their short-term concerns are and where they would like to move in the future. It is not cost-effective to go to a “big-business” firm for your small-business needs.
Our firm handles a broad range of business law issues, from helping business owners choose the best legal entity to accomplish their objectives to litigating contract disputes.
We Help With The Following Business Law Matters:
- Contracts and documents to safeguard your business’s interests and intellectual property, including noncompete agreements and confidentiality agreements
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Partnership agreements
- Business succession planning
- Contract negotiation
- Buy-sell agreements
- Business formation for corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs) and other entities
Our attorneys also help businesses settle a wide range of disputes that arise during the course of a business relationship:
- Commercial litigation
- Breach of contract
- Construction disputes
At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we are more than a provider of short-term solutions. We are available to help businesses with their immediate goals and function as long-term advisers to proactively prevent setbacks.
Business owners must consider many legal issues, not least of which is the legal classification of their employees. To learn more, read our related article.
Contact Us For Mergers, Acquisitions And Other Business Needs
From family-owned and -operated businesses to multimillion-dollar corporations, we provide cost-effective solutions to companies of all sizes. Contact our law office in Woodbury, Minnesota, to speak with a skilled business lawyer.