We Provide Transactional and Litigation Services for Businesses in Ohio, Kentucky and Colorado

Because it is impossible to know all that the future will bring, business owners and executives must build plans that account for a wide range of opportunities and challenges. Paying careful attention to entity formation and key business relationships protects against disruptive legal and financial issues as businesses grow and evolve over time. At Rendigs, we advise business owners throughout the business lifecycle, and we help our clients make informed and strategic decisions focused on achieving their long-term business goals.

In addition to advising clients on business and financial matters, we also represent companies in litigation. Many of the attorneys in our business and corporate law practice group are career litigators who have successfully resolved numerous business disputes through negotiations, in mediation and arbitration, and at trial. If your company is facing a dispute, a proactive approach will likely provide the most efficient means to a favorable resolution, and we encourage you to contact us to discuss how we can help today.

Transactional Business & Corporate Law

The attorneys in our business and corporate law practice group have worked with hundreds of businesses in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Lexington, Louisville, Boulder, and the surrounding areas at all stages of development. This includes providing advice and representation for matters such as:

  • Company formation via start-up
  • Organic growth
  • Mergers and acquisition
  • The selection process of appropriate legal structure
  • Structuring shareholder relationships and providing exit plans when those relationships cease
  • Contract drafting and review

At Rendigs, we also have significant experience assisting businesses with matters such as the purchase and sale of stock or business assets, technology licensing, franchising, and negotiating with dealerships and distributors. We offer deep insights for effectively managing financial and banking matters, including creditors’ rights issues and secured and unsecured transactions, as well.

Too often, business owners address corporate and contractual matters as an afterthought. But, this can prove costly in many cases. To secure access to financing, to preserve key contractual rights and to maximize their companies’ chances of success, business owners need to ensure that they have the necessary structure, documentation, and terms and conditions in place.

Business & Corporate Litigation

Within our business and corporate litigation practice, we represent companies and their owners in all types of disputes. This includes disputes involving such issues as:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Employee benefits
  • Employee stock ownership
  • Shareholder and member disputes
  • Retirement plans

While we work to resolve our client’s disputes through informal negotiations whenever possible, we do not hesitate to litigate when necessary. Additionally, many business and corporate agreements include mandatory mediation and arbitration clauses, and our attorneys have significant experience handling these forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as well. Regardless of the circumstances involved, if you are dealing with a business dispute, we can help you pursue the best path forward.

Speak with an Attorney in Our Business & Corporate Law Practice Group

If you would like to speak with an attorney in our business and corporate law practice group, we encourage you to get in touch. Please call 513-381-9200 or contact us online to schedule an appointment today.