Business Planning

Members of Butzel Longs Business Planning Practice advise and assist clients in structuring, restructuring and liquidating corporate and non-corporate entities. Business Planning Practice attorneys also assist with entity formation issues such as drafting start-up documentation (for corporations, partnerships, joint ventures and limited liability companies) and negotiating and preparing commercial documents. Our Business Planning Practice attorneys routinely provide advice relating to corporate matters, including divided policies as well as extraordinary corporate transactions and related matters. Group members also represent clients in connection with partnership matters, including the withdrawal or removal of partners, admission of new partners, restructuring or recapitalizing partnerships and dealing with the Internal Revenue Service in connection with partnerships.

Butzel Long Business Planning Practice attorneys are active in American Bar Association and state and local bar association committees and subcommittees involved in the consideration and drafting of new corporate statutes and have written and lectured on corporate topics. Members practicing in this area are experienced at advising both small, closely-held corporations and large, privately and publicly-held companies.

  • Counsel for multi-lenders for international inventory and accounts receivable financing
  • Marketing antitrust and sales advice to consumer electronics company; product recall advice
  • Restructuring of European companies and their subsidiaries in numerous countries to achieve optional organizational benefits
  • Counsel to numerous clients during the bankruptcy proceedings of Chrysler and General Motors.
  • Marketing antitrust and sales advice to consumer electronics company
  • Counsel an international consumer electronics company with respect to pricing and distribution issues, including minimum and maximum resale price maintenance, MAP programs, and Robinson-Patman compliance.