Starting and expanding a business is a thrilling endeavor integral to the American dream. However, it is one that also comes with its share of challenges. At MOSAIC Paradigm Law Group PC (MPLG), our expert corporate law attorneys can help you navigate your business through the complexities of business law.
We combine our legal and business expertise for entrepreneurs at every level. Whether a client is working to start a business from their basements, a growing business looking for a second location, or a large company hoping to expand globally, we have the skills and knowledge to help. Many clients we have worked with are business entities like partnership businesses, limited liability companies, corporations, professional organizations, and nonprofit groups. We can assist with Company Registration and Formation (LLC, Inc., LLP, DBA, etc.), Shareholders' Agreement, Articles of Association, Enterprise Merger and Acquisition, Contract Negotiation, Drafting, Amendment, Government Audit, Investigation, and Compliance Training. We provide advice for diverse matters, including:
The proper conduct of the board, its directors, and its committees
Shareholder agreements and voting rights relating to board representation
Compliance with federal and state regulations affecting the client’s particular industry
Commercial contracts with the corporation’s customers and suppliers
The corporation’s sales of securities
Relations with the corporation’s accountants, commercial bank lenders, and investment bankers
The structure of the corporation’s joint ventures
Communications between the corporation’s stockholders, creditors, and customers
Preparation of any required periodic disclosure filings with The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and proxy statements sent to stockholders.
For legal issues faced by operating in the United States, MOSAIC Paradigm Law Group is dedicated to providing customized corporate legal law advice services for Chinese enterprises. We help customers establish ideal enterprise forms, systems, and cultures, draft relevant legal documents, formulate standard operating procedures, reduce internal and external risks, reduce costs, and improve revenue.