Since we are a full-service construction law firm, our attorneys are able to address most issues impacting our clients’ businesses. From corporate restructuring, business succession planning, to mergers and sales of our clients’ company, the Cobb Law Group has the experience and legal knowledge to assist you in all your typical business needs. The Cobb Law Group represents all types of business including project owners & developers, design professionals as well as large and small contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers with a wide range of business counseling, contractual and transactional issues, including forming new companies, negotiating joint ventures, partnering agreements, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, sales and spin-offs, and providing a practical and proactive approach to operational issues and fundamental business relationships.
Our corporate attorneys are skilled in the negotiation and drafting of specialized agreements to protect the varying interests of our clients, and our commercial litigators are prepared to vigorously enforce these contracts, which cover many aspects of business relationships, including:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
- Bulk Sales of Businesses
- Buying and Selling of Businesses (Transactional)
- Business Entity Formation
- Collections of Commercial Accounts
- Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Lease drafting & negotiation
- Contract Litigation
- Corporate Formation & Compliance
- Dealer, distribution and franchise contracts and agreements
- Indemnification Agreements
- Joint development and joint venture agreements
- Joint Venture Negotiation & Formation
- Licensing contracts and arrangements
- Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
- Non-Competition Agreements
- Secured Transactions
- Supply and purchase agreements
- Strategic alliance, collaboration and partnering agreements
- and many other areas
One of our senior attorneys, Mark Cobb, often described construction law as “business law on steroids.” Construction law often involves complex litigation, multiple tiers of design professionals, contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers; furthermore, it usually includes hundred of contracts and business relationships as well as insurance companies, sureties, payment bonds, performance bonds, lien claims, liquidated damages, project schedules, performance milestones, and supply chains. Thus, a good construction attorney is well-versed in all aspects of business. In addition to understanding the legal rights and remedies of our clients’ projects, the Cobb Law Group attorneys also understand business and economics. We are leaders in the field of construction law, and we are leaders in Georgia business law.
The Cobb Law Group has been engaged to serve as outside general counsel for companies, create new businesses for new and existing entities, and to negotiate joint ventures between established companies. Please contact us if you are looking for a Georgia Business Lawyer.