Some other less common issues that a business attorney may handle include:
- Transferring ownership or shares in a company;
- Overseeing the “wind-up” process (i.e., the procedures required to dissolve a company);
- Helping a company to adjust to certain changes in the law or new ownership;
- Assisting in changing the structure of a company (e.g., going from an LLC to filing as a C corporation); and/or
- Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating miscellaneous business contracts.