Practice Areas & Industries: Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP


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Practice/Industry Group Overview

Carroll, Burdick & McDonough's corporate practice provides sophisticated corporate and commercial counseling to companies in a broad range of industries. We work closely with our clients to understand their objectives, address key business risks, and structure and negotiate transactions that advance and strengthen their interests. With practical, real-world business knowledge, the members of our group bring efficiency and value in working with our clients to achieve their goals.

Specialized Representation Tailored to Your Needs

CBM's corporate attorneys specialize in representing public and private middle market companies, emerging growth companies, and closely-held businesses in every aspect of their operations, including entity formation, initial and later stage venture financing, debt financing, mergers and acquisitions, tax counseling and structuring, strategic partnerships and joint ventures, executive compensation and stock options, branding and marketing arrangements, and the negotiation and documentation of commercial agreements, such as distribution, supply, marketing, and reseller arrangements.

Depth of Experience

Because matters frequently involve other legal disciplines, Carroll, Burdick & McDonough's corporate attorneys regularly draw upon the firm’s expertise in related practice areas, including our employment, commercial litigation, and real estate departments, to provide coordinated, seamless service to our clients. Our group also maintains strong relationships with other skilled professionals, such as accountants, bankers, investment bankers, insurance advisors, brokers, and valuations experts should they be required to achieve business goals.

Representative Clients Crossing Borders

Our clients are engaged in a wide variety of industries and professions, including real estate, manufacturing, marketing, distribution, life sciences, technology, software and hardware, brokerage, restaurants, auto dealers, and agribusiness, as well as retail and service businesses, medical and dental professionals, educational institutions, non-profit corporations, and many others, both from the United States and abroad.