A company’s sales force is often key to whether a business is successful, so sales representative agreements must be specific when it comes to protecting intellectual property, defining expectations and articulating compensation.
Non-competition agreements are a critical tool to protecting your business information when an employee departs, yet every state has different rules for how they are drafted and enforced.
There are critical legal differences between employees and independent contractors. With the help of Walny Legal Group, clients can avoid costly mistakes when it comes to how each is treated.
A solid indemnification agreement and D&O insurance are key to helping companies retain top quality talent, directors and officers.
Determining and outlining the exact role and scope of work for a business consultant is key to efficiency and avoiding potential problems down the road.
When clients need clear resolutions or records of business meetings, Walny Legal Group captures and accurately documents the contents of those meetings.
Whether a board serves in a working or advisory capacity, Walny Legal Group can help businesses understand how to best structure and utilize a governance board.
Many businesses are required to have an annual meeting of shareholders, offering an opportunity to review the state of affairs and plan for the future.
Business entities are corporate citizens required to follow the rule of law. Walny Legal Group has helped hundreds of clients ensure compliance with the laws of the state in which it is based.
What is the right incorporation option to select for a business? What are the advantages or incorporating in a home state or other state? Walny Legal Group helps guide new businesses through these complex questions.