Business & Corporate Law

From Business Start-Ups to Business Agreements & Mergers and Acquisitions

Legal Help at a Glance

  • Buying and selling a business
  • Business start-up/formation – partnerships, corporations, LLCs
  • Business agreements and contracts
  • Sales contract review
  • Personnel and other employment issues
  • Covenants not to compete
  • Tax planning
  • Franchise law
  • Environmental issues
  • Product liability and recalls and CPSC matters
  • Risk management
  • Non-profit matters
  • General corporate law matters 

About Business & Corporate Law

At McCarty Law, we understand how significant every business decision can be to your long-term success. We also know how challenging it is to keep pace in a constantly changing environment. That’s why our team provides individualized guidance and planning expertise specific to whatever issues you are facing. From buying a business and drafting sales contracts to dealing with a recall or product liability issue, our attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of business and corporate law.

We represent businesses of every size and type. This includes small business start-ups, LLCs, partnerships, corporations, non-profits and international organizations in industries such as manufacturing, construction, retail, banking, service and more.

Whether your business is new on the local scene or franchising globally, McCarty Law offers trusted legal services every step of the way.

Attorneys at Law

To learn more about our business and corporate law services available in Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Green Bay, Oshkosh and beyond, please contact any of these attorneys:

Scott C. Barr
Sadie E. Dupont
Jon L. Fischer
Rebecca L. Kent
Sarah J. Knutson
Anika S. Van Rossum
Lora L. Zimmer

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