As an experienced Business Law Firm, Hoeg Law is well versed in Corporate Law and Corporate Finance. When starting or making a major change to a company, business owners often have many questions.
For example, these questions include: How do you capitalize your business? Do you take on debt? From friends and family or from institutions? Do you issue equity? What are its terms? Also, do you give up a lot of control or a little? Furthermore, what about compliance with securities laws? Should you file federal notice forms? Or should you use a local exemption? The details may seem daunting at first, and they certainly can be. Fortunately, at Hoeg Law have helped structure and negotiate countless transactions from both sides of the equation.
For instance, we’ve helped memorialize a start-up’s promissory notes to the founder’s aunts and uncles. Moreover, we’ve helped venture funds negotiate the terms of a Series E follow-on round, and we’ve done everything in between. Furthermore, We’ve helped make sure that those same transactions were in full compliance with both federal and state securities laws. Thus, whatever side you approach the question relating to Business or Corporate Law, Hoeg Law can help.
With over a decade of experience working at a large Corporate Law firm, Richard Hoeg provides clients with extensive levels of Corporate Law expertise at a fraction of the cost of large firms. Therefore, when working with Hoeg Law, you can expect big firm caliber work with a personalized, small firm approach. If you wish to speak with a Corporate Law Attorney directly, contact us at 734-263-1001.