Business Law, Commercial Litigation and Securities Arbitration in Sarasota
Planning and business formations
Johnson, Browning & Clayton has an extensive business transaction practice and represents small-business owners throughout the area. Our number one goal is to provide thorough legal counsel in a cost-efficient and constructive manner.
We advise clients on the formation that is best suited to meet their objectives:
- Closely held and public corporations
- Limited liability companies
- Joint ventures
- Limited liability partnerships
The type of business entity directly affects business operations. Our attorneys take the time to fully explain the ramifications of each option, so that clients can make an informed decision about the future of their business.
The firm also provides counsel for business clients for a variety of contractual matters:
- Purchase & sales contracts
- Security agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Equipment leases
- Service contracts
With every new business venture, we hope to see our clients continue to foster positive commercial growth. We review each proposed matter looking for ways to improve a contractual arrangement or better protect our clients’ rights and interests.
In situations where businesses are changing their entity formation, dissolving, or otherwise changing their fundamental compositions, we respond with detailed and insightful legal counsel. We understand the entire business process, from formation to dissolution, and bring that knowledge and pragmatic experience to each case we handle.
The Clayton Law Firm, P.A. concentrates it practice in securities litigation and arbitration and business disputes. It represents both investors and employees in the securities industry. For individual investor cases, The Clayton Law Firm handles all manner of securities disputes both inside and outside of Florida. Typical investment disputes include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities, options, unsuitable investment recommendations, churning, and improper margin. Attorneys of The Clayton Law Firm, P.A. have an active litigation practice involving other types of business disputes as well in both state and federal court.
More information about The Clayton Law Firm, P.A. can be found at www.claytonlawyers.com
The firm represents small and mid-sized businesses in all industries and business sectors and individuals. Please contact the firm to make an appointment to discuss your business needs today.