Nixon Wenger Lawyers LLP

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  • Should I buy the assets of a corporation or the shares of the corporation?
  • Do I need a confidentiality agreement?
  • I am selling the shares of my corporation. Since it is only a change in the shareholders and the corporation still exists, do I need to get the consent of any parties, such as my landlord or supplier, to the sale?
  • I want to buy a business and we’ve agreed on a price. Can you have the documents prepared within the week?
  • Do I need a non-competition agreement?
  • Business is doing well and I love my location. The landlord has offered me the chance to lease my current premises for 15 years. What do you think?
  • I want to move my business to a small shopping center which has a number of vacancies. However, I am concerned that one of my competitors may open up a business in the same complex. Is there anything I can do?
  • I entered a handshake supply deal a few years ago. Since then the other party has held up their end of the bargain—they paid the full amount and on time. They now refuse to pay one of our invoices; they say there is no written agreement. Is this accurate?