Corporate & Commercial Law
Kahane Law Office, with offices in both Calgary, Alberta and Edmonton, Alberta, has extensive experience and expertise in all areas of Corporate Law and Commercial Law. This is also sometimes referred to as Business Law. Our business lawyers have experience with all types of business organizations and the laws that govern them. Not understanding the law that governs your business, can put it at risk. It is important to get the help that you need so that you can focus on what you are great at: running your business. In Calgary, call (403)225-8810 and in Edmonton, please call (780) 571-8463.
We believe than the law is about the people who practice it. Our Calgary corporate lawyers work with our clients to ensure that they stay one step ahead of problems. Learn more about our Corporate and commercial lawyers here.
Corporate Law, Commercial Law & Business Law Services:
Our corporate legal team is proud to offer the following services to our clients. Since many clients rely on us to help guide them, if you lack clarity of what you need to protect yourself and your business, please connect. If you have questions as to if we can help or even what legal help you require, feel free to email or call.
Acquisitions and Dispositions
Many people state that the whole purpose of starting a business is to ultimately sell it. Whether you just love running your business, are buying anew one, selling an existing one or passing your business on to the next generation, we can help. From a corporate law perspective (and tax law as well) properly structuring your acquisition or disposition of a corporation is important to complete right from the start.
- Buying a business (Share or Asset)
- Selling a business (Share or Asset)
- Starting Up A New Business
Properly structuring and maintaining your corporation is as important as setting one up in the first place. The right vehicle, structure and documentation all protect you and your business. Once set up, annual and situational procedures continue that protection. Above all, failing to comply with these rules may result in the loss of corporate structure and protection. We explain your options, the pros and cons of each and then help you implement your decision. We offer a full range of these business services. For example, we offer the following:
- Restructuring existing businesses;
- Share Transfers;
- Sole proprietorships;
- Incorporating a business (Learn the Benefits of Incorporation here);
- Calgary Professional Corporations;
- Edmonton Professional Corporations;
- Corporate Securities;
- Trade Names;
- Corporate Name Changes;
- Maintaining Corporate Minute Books;
- Act as Registered Office for corporations;
- Annual returns (as required by legislation); and lastly
- Dissolving Alberta Companies
Ensuring the correct contractual agreements is a key part of any business structure. Properly drafted corporate agreements make the running of a business much easier. They set the rules, avoid disputes and provide a navigation tool for the owners, employees and affiliated companies. Generally, the cost of properly setting up your agreement us much lower than people expect. It is also much lower and less stressful than when clients discover, too late, that they do not have a properly drafted agreement in place. Some clients operate with none at all. For example, we assist our corporate clients with the following corporate agreements:
- Unanimous shareholder agreements;
- Partnership agreements;
- Joint venture agreements;
- Service Agreements;
- Corporate Financing; and lastly
- Reviewing and/or drafting agreements (including asset purchase and sale agreements, shareholder agreements, or service agreements)
Corporate Policies and Procedures
Much like the above agreements, policies and procedures set the rules for employees internally. There are many corporate policies that businesses need to protect themselves. For example, these include, anti spam policies, corporate governance policies and more. The following link details many different polices so that you can determine which one your business needs and why. Learn more about the various corporate polices and procedures that may or should be implemented by your business.
Other Corporate Services
Corporate law affects every aspect of a business. Kahane Law Office can help you to ensure that your business is run legally and efficiently. We can also help minimize collections and reduce your liability. With corporate law, regular corporate maintenance, can save you thousands down the road.
Kahane Law Office prides itself on delivering business-focused solutions that best serve our clients. We strive to provide timely and effective legal advice. Unfortunately, many clients discover they need a corporate lawyer’s help only after there is a problem. We prefer a proactive approach to corporate and commercial related legal matters. Our clients appreciate this approach.
Corporate Law Legal Fee Rates
We believe in transparency and ensuring that clients know where their money is being spent. Many of our corporate law and commercial law services are based on flat rate fees, allowing you to know exactly what you pay, with no surprises or hidden costs. For legal services that we do not offer flat rate fees for, we often give you a fee range and explain why a fee would be on the higher end or the lower end. For instance, if you asked us to do additional work in the course of a retainer, we explain the additional costs. Learn more about our flat rate commercial law and corporate law services here.
Corporate Commercial Lawyers In Edmonton & Calgary
The Lawyers at Kahane Law Office helps with your corporate and commercial legal needs. We pride ourselves on offering exceptional service when you need it. We offer both practical, business and legal advice. Further, we always distinguish between the three so you retain the control in making an informed decision about your business. Most importantly, if you are not sure about something but are concerned, we will set up a consultation with you to review your legal position and how we can help. CONNECT NOW. We can be reached toll-free throughout Alberta at 1-877-225-8817 (or (780) 571-8463 for the Edmonton and surrounding area or (403) 225-8810 in Calgary and surrounding area), or email us directly here.