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Closely Held Businesses

Capabilities and connections – These are the overarching benefits that Warner’s Closely Held Businesses team offers to its clients. We adeptly handle all of the various legal aspects of your business – and we do so in a “whole company” context that ensures nothing falls through the cracks. For emerging and established companies, beyond the governing areas of law, we actively seek ways to connect you to just the right people and resources to match your needs and situation at any given time.

We Hold All Our Clients Close

That is because, aside from some of our publicly traded clients, each of our business and corporate clients falls into this “closely held” category – ranging from those solopreneurs just starting a side hustle to global, multinational corporations with hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue. Drawing upon the collective strengths of our full-service firm, we are ready to respond to any legal challenge or requirement that may arise for your business, partnership and/or limited liability company. This includes issues, concerns and opportunities related to corporate and general business law, human resources, employee benefits, tax, real estate and well beyond. We listen intently to you and gain a deep understanding of your business and where you want to go – only then do we craft a strategy to help you get there.

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Strengths Snapshot

  • Antitrust and unfair competition
  • Banking law
  • Business start-ups and early round financing
  • CMBS special servicers
  • Commercial contracts
  • Commercial finance law
  • Commercial transactions law
  • Consumer product safety law
  • Corporate and general business law
  • Corporate governance
  • Employee benefits
  • Estate planning
  • Family offices
  • Financial services
  • Franchise law
  • Funds and investment services
  • Human resources
  • Income tax planning
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Private client
  • Real estate
  • Securities and corporate governance
  • Succession planning