Northern Virginia Business Transactions
While there are many components involved in running a successful business, none are more important than the transactions you make. Each business transaction should represent your interests and get you closer to reaching your goals. Unfortunately, even the smallest of mistakes can derail your plans and cause you to hemorrhage money.
Our Northern Virginia business transaction lawyers understand what’s at stake with each transaction and will perform due diligence to ensure you’re properly represented and protected. Whether you are just in the planning stages of your business or already have a company, we can provide the legal guidance you need for success. Contact us today to learn more about our business transaction services.
Types of Business Transactions
PJI Law represents clients in various business transactions. Common Northern Virginia business transactions include:
This is far from an exhaustive list of the types of business transactions our Northern Virginia law firm handles.
Contracts and Business Transactions
Contracts play a vital role in business transactions. Our Northern Virginia business transaction lawyers create contracts for all needs and situations, ranging from employee contracts to commercial lease contracts. When possible, we recommend that our clients use us to draft the contract. As your legal representation, we will include language and provisions that protect your interests and rights while ensuring that the document is sufficiently fair to the other party to keep them in the deal.
However, you might not have the option to draft contracts for each business transaction that you undertake. If that’s the case, our legal team can review and edit the contract for you. Then, we will negotiate with the other party to ensure that your interests are represented in the contract.
Commercial Leases in Northern Virginia
If your company has a physical presence, chances are you’re leasing space and need to enter into a 30, 40, or even 50+ page commercial lease. While a commercial realtor will help you negotiate the market and dollar terms of a lease, only a lawyer can properly review the lease to ensure that the legal language in it protects both your business, and you personally. Leases are typically “red-lined” by both sides, meaning changes are made in the document which goes back and forth a few times until both sides believe it is sufficiently fair and doesn’t try to take advantage of either side.
Our Northern Virginia business lawyers can use their trained eyes to review your lease and alert you to any aspects that might contradict what you’ve expressed you’d like to get out of the lease arrangement.
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Our Northern Virginia business transaction lawyers help companies of all sizes complete mergers and acquisitions. We can assist you through the entire process, from obtaining financing to drafting the contract and finalizing the transaction. We begin each transaction by identifying your goals and needs. Then, we create a plan to help you achieve your goals, so you can grow your business. Mergers and acquisitions are extremely complicated, so having a legal team at your side is necessary. We will conduct all due diligence to ensure your interests are represented, and we will also offer legal advice if the deal doesn’t seem to be in your best interests.
Our Northern Virginia business transaction attorneys can also represent you during disputes and litigation. Whether you are dealing with a financial dispute or believe the other party acted fraudulently, we can help. We regularly discuss each case among our team of litigation attorneys at no additional charge to you, meaning you will have multiple legal minds on your case. Our seasoned trial attorneys often begin by attempting to negotiate with the other party, if the client agrees. However, if the other side isn’t willing to settle the dispute, we can escalate it to trial. Then, we will use our experience to present evidence to the court in the way that best supports your claim.
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