Advising Business Clients in Corporate Governance Matters
Corporate governance is the mechanism of rules, practices, and processes by which a corporation is controlled and directed. The framework of governance establishes the rights, duties, and responsibilities granted to different participants in the corporation. A solid corporate governance creates a system of checks and balances between corporate participants and is essential to the proper functioning of the organization.
The attorneys in our Business/Corporate Law Practice have decades of collective experience advising New Jersey business clients on a full range of governance matters. Our lawyers work with boards of directors, managers, officers, shareholders, and members to help ensure that they have strong and proactive governance practices and policies in place to ensure compliance with ever-changing governmental standards. We offer a wide array of services to meet our business clients’ needs, including counseling clients on matters involving:
- Business formation
- Establishment of governance systems
- Stakeholder agreements
- Compliance reviews of corporate books and records
- Compliance with reporting obligations and disclosures
- Creation of business codes of conduct
- Executive compensation
- Corporate and workplace investigations
Providing Individualized and Comprehensive Corporate Governance Counsel
The New Jersey corporate governance lawyers at Einhorn Barbarito focus on providing counsel that is tailored to the specific needs of our clients. Our attorneys know that every business is unique and we work directly with our clients to establish comprehensive plans that comply with evolving laws and regulations and minimize the risk of future problems. We understand the challenges confronting today’s businesses and focus on helping our clients implement best practices and procedures for their organization.
Our extensive background and experience in business law and corporate governance positions our team to provide our business clients with practical and proactive guidance for all types of governance and compliance issues. When allegations or complaints of potential misconduct surface, our lawyers are well equipped to assist clients with corporate and workplace investigations. Our attorneys understand the highly sensitive nature of these types of activities and place a premium on our clients’ privacy and confidentiality. We recognize that misconduct complaints and allegations can be particularly damaging and work to conduct a thorough investigation in the timeliest and least disruptive manner possible.
Whether the matter relates to creating and implementing internal controls and procedures, discharging legal and fiduciary obligations or conducting an internal investigation, Einhorn Barbarito attorneys are prepared to handle the full spectrum of governance issues impacting your organization.
How Our New Jersey Corporate Governance Lawyers Can Help
Our firm takes a multidisciplinary approach to legal representation with our Business/Corporate Law attorneys regularly consulting with attorneys in other core practice areas including Employment Law, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate, and Taxation. Together, we form a cohesive team that provides our business clients with the detailed information and direction they need to address their most challenging governance matters.
If you would like to learn more about the corporate and business law services offered at Einhorn Barbarito or need assistance with any aspect of corporate governance, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with the New Jersey corporate governance lawyers at our firm.Print PDF
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