Areas of Practice
ACCOMPLISHED ATTORNEY PROVIDES KNOWLEDGEABLE BUSINESS COUNSEL
Respected by clients and colleagues alike, with an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, a recognition of my legal ability and ethics by attorneys familiar with my work. The firm delivers effective legal representation, as lead and local counsel, in the following practice areas: Corporate law — As an experienced corporate law attorney, I handle a full range of corporate governance issues and can prepare authoritative documents tailored to your particular needs. — My firm assists creditors seeking the compensation owed for goods and services. If you’re having trouble tracking down debtors or blocked by unwarranted legal obstacles, I will help you recover the funds you’re owed. Commercial litigation — In contract disputes or other commercial litigation matters, you can trust me to advocate for your rights in a thorough, professional manner. Alternative dispute resolution — Offering alternative dispute resolution services an experienced, highly trained arbitrator, mediator or other neutral to help your clients more efficiently resolve differences. Chancery Court — With so many major companies incorporated in Delaware, decisions by our state’s Chancery Court have a tremendous impact. My firm can explain how the current law applies to your circumstances and prepare the strongest possible case if litigation arises.
For any of these issues, you can trust me to deliver comprehensive legal support that helps your business to overcome challenges and move forward successfully.
Contact a Delaware corporate and creditors’ rights lawyer to schedule a meeting
Conaway-Legal LLC represents Delaware clients, as lead ad local counsel, in a wide variety of corporate, creditors’ rights, litigation matters and ADR. Please call 302-433-6974 or contact me online to schedule an appointment at my Wilmington office.
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