General Business and Corporate Law


At different stages of business growth, corporate management and owners require the assistance of sophisticated general business counsel. As a result, attorneys at Cutler Law Group serve as counsel to many large and small companies, as well as professional clients, and, in so doing, provides advice on all types of business transactions, including entity formation (incorporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, joint ventures, professional organizations, etc.), general contract representation, real estate and equipment leases and purchases, compliance with licensing, land use and regulatory requirements, extensions of credit, capital finance matters, and public and private securities offerings.


Our business attorneys are equipped to respond quickly and cost-effectively to virtually all client requests. We are able to handle very technical legal issues, but we are also sensitive to the need to be practical and effective in achieving a result in a timely, cost-effective and efficient manner. Our business services generally fall into one of three categories: business formation, business operations and ancillary services. Within those categories, we can handle virtually any matter that your business may encounter, including the following:

  • Corporate, partnership, limited liability company and joint venture formation (local, other states and foreign);
  • Corporate governance issues;
  • Licensing and distributorship;
  • Shareholder or Member voting and buy/sell agreements;
  • Development of form contracts and collection techniques;
  • Commercial lease transactions;
  • Licensing and distributorship arrangements;
  • Promissory notes, security agreements and other loan transactions;
  • Acquisitions, mergers and reorganizations;
  • Securities offerings and securities law compliance;
  • Contract negotiation, review and drafting;
  • Compliance with franchise regulations;
  • Trademark, service mark and copyright issues;
  • International business transactions, including letters of credit and other import and export devices; and
  • Federal and state regulatory compliance.