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Managing a business is never easy, especially while navigating legal obstacles and requirements. No matter if it is simply drafting up an agreement or settling a dispute, tasks like these are killing time that could be spent on the growth and operation of your company. Here at Juzkiw Law, we believe in putting the needs of your business ahead of ours, which is why we want to minimize the amount of time spent on legal issues and documents. Instead of dealing with corporate governance, contracts, or litigation, you should be able to use that time on anything else. At Juzkiw Law, we are here to provide our expertise and resources in order to help you achieve the best for your business.
At Juzkiw Law, we specialize in various areas of corporate law, including, but not limited to:
Whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, joint venture, corporation or any other business form, entity formation and governance is crucial to its success. Our corporate governance team will help you ensure that your books and business are running smoothly and are accounted for.
Operating a business requires frequent negotiations as well as drafting, reviewing, and executing contracts/agreements. This can include operations surrounding partnerships, franchising, intellectual property, distribution, etc.
Though our attorneys’ primary objectives are the success of your entity and mitigation of disputes, at times they are unavoidable. In these situations, it is our responsibility to ensure that your business obtains the best possible outcome, while attempting to preserve business relations.
From contract drafting to business formation, there are numerous reasons as to why you need a corporate lawyer. Juzkiw Law provides legal/litigation assistance with different areas of corporate law such as debt collection, incorporation, mergers & acquisitions, among many others.
Our team recognizes the importance of your case, and would be happy to assist you regarding your claims. Each case is handled individually by our corporate attorneys, making it their top priority to form personal connections and trust with our clients, treating every issue as if it were our own. As a boutique law firm, we take the time to give personal attention to every client, and ensure that we truly have their best interests in mind.
Choosing the right representation for your business is critical to your success. At Juzkiw law, we are here to listen to you, provide reputable legal advice, and give you some peace of mind.
Business Law is an area of law that makes sure that both employees and employers obey certain regulations and are protected in the eyes of the law. There are various different areas of business law, though most of them are in place to ensure fairness and accountability.
Business law covers a variety of different areas including, but not limited to: corporate governance & documentation, intellectual property, taxation, employment law, contracts, business litigation, bankruptcy, partnerships, immigration law, and mergers & acquisitions.
Though there are more than a dozen types of recognizable businesses forms, the main types of entities include: sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, S corporations, C corporations, and Limited Liability Companies (LLC). To learn more about the pros and cons of each form of business, click here.
Choosing the right entity is an important business decision and different factors should be considered such as
To get an answer to all of your queries, contact us
Review the agreement that is in place from when you formed the company in the first place. If you need help, call 416 221-2221 to learn more about your rights.
We have years of experience in handling legal matters for business ventures such as partnerships, sole proprietorships, joint ventures, as well as for-profit and not-for-profit corporations. Contact us to get the help you need for your business formation.
Yes, we can assist in any transactions during the purchase or takeover of a company.
Advantage of Federal Incorporation:
Disadvantage of Federal Incorporation
A shareholder is a person who owns share(s) of a company. Shares are representative of ownership interest in a company.
A person under the age of 18 can legally be a shareholder if those shares are gifted to them. Someone under the age of 18 can not purchase shares via a share purchase agreement, as they are not allowed to take on a legally binding contract.