Corporate Law - Delaw Firm
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Derecho Societario

Derecho Societario

Business law

  • Commercial law advice concerning the usual company transactions, e.g., incorporation and liquidation, share capital increases and decreases, changes to Articles of Association, appointment and removal of members of the management body.
  • Secretary to the Board of Directors. Writing of minutes for compulsory company meetings.
  • Business contracts. Negotiation and drafting of contracts and franchise, partnership, purchase and sale, and out of court settlement agreements, etc.
  • Commercial lawsuits. Monetary claims, objections to Board resolutions, director liability, litigation, breach of contract.

Criminal compliance

  • Mapping the risk of breaking the law and incurring criminal liability for the company.
  • Implementation and maintenance of crime avoidance plans.
  • Person in charge of action guidelines.

Bankruptcy law

  • Bankruptcy: corporate and personal.
  • Determination of fault.

Business restructurings and operations

  • Special business and tax advice and analysis of business projects, tax planning, design and implementation of business restructuring operations, mergers, demergers, non-monetary contributions and business branch contributions.
  • Due diligence. Reviewing business documents, deeds, company administration, and registration history. Reviewing contracts, rights, patents, and title to assets. Employment documentation. Handling lawsuits.
  • Acquisition and sale of companies. Business assignments.
  • Enterprise creation. Start-ups. Feasibility plans and administrative, legal, and tax formalities to put them into practice.
  • Foundations and non-business entities. Drafting of Articles of Association, incorporation and registration, Drafting of minutes and certification of resolutions of the board of trustees.

Family business assets

  • Advice for an optimal transition in the family business and succession planning.
  • Family shareholder agreements, within and outside the Articles of Incorporation; dispute resolution, mediation, and arbitration.
  • Wills and inheritance.

Business law

  • Commercial law advice concerning the usual company transactions, e.g., incorporation and liquidation, share capital increases and decreases, changes to Articles of Association, appointment and removal of members of the management body.
  • Secretary to the Board of Directors. Writing of minutes for compulsory company meetings.
  • Business contracts. Negotiation and drafting of contracts and franchise, partnership, purchase and sale, and out of court settlement agreements, etc.
  • Commercial lawsuits. Monetary claims, objections to Board resolutions, director liability, litigation, breach of contract.

Criminal compliance

  • Mapping the risk of breaking the law and incurring criminal liability for the company.
  • Implementation and maintenance of crime avoidance plans.
  • Person in charge of action guidelines.

Bankruptcy law

  • Bankruptcy: corporate and personal.
  • Determination of fault.

Business restructurings and operations

  • Special business and tax advice and analysis of business projects, tax planning, design and implementation of business restructuring operations, mergers, demergers, non-monetary contributions and business branch contributions.
  • Due diligence. Reviewing business documents, deeds, company administration, and registration history. Reviewing contracts, rights, patents, and title to assets. Employment documentation. Handling lawsuits.
  • Acquisition and sale of companies. Business assignments.
  • Enterprise creation. Start-ups. Feasibility plans and administrative, legal, and tax formalities to put them into practice.
  • Foundations and non-business entities. Drafting of Articles of Association, incorporation and registration, Drafting of minutes and certification of resolutions of the board of trustees.

Family business assets

  • Advice for an optimal transition in the family business and succession planning.
  • Family shareholder agreements, within and outside the Articles of Incorporation; dispute resolution, mediation, and arbitration.
  • Wills and inheritance.