Business Law

As a business owner, your time—and money—should be spent on your business, not legal issues. That’s where Buntrock & Gardner Law, PLLC comes in. They understand Arizona’s business climate and its sometimes-complicated regulations. They can help you navigate government statutes with ease because of their deep expertise and effective communication. They understand what it takes to start and grow a venture—or shut it down, if that’s what is necessary. Because Buntrock & Gardner are business and real estate owners themselves and bring years of experience serving on various boards, they provides keen perception and sound knowledge on a variety of business law issues:

  • Banking
  • Business Organization and Restructuring
  • Business Startups
  • Complex Commercial Transactions
  • Contracts
  • Corporate Entity (LLCs, Partnerships, etc.)
  • Hotels and Resort Acquisition and Management
  • Purchase and Sales Agreements
  • Venture Capital & Private Equity

Buntrock & Gardner work to help you reach your business goals. Your success is their success. Call them today for a free and private consultation at (480) 664-7728.

BUY SELL AGREEMENTS

A Buy-Sell Agreement is important for all Arizona partnerships, corporate entities, and other business organizations. It is in the best interest of each co-owner to determine the best course of action upon the situation of an owner’s departure. To find the best terms...

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WHEN DOES A JOINT VENTURE FORM?

Many times, individuals start a new business without documenting who owns what. Later a disagreement arises and the parties are in a gray area over who owns the company assets. Under Arizona law, a joint venture is formed when two or more parties agree to pursue a...

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BUYING OR SELLING A BUSINESS – SOME KEY ISSUES

Whether you are buying or selling a business, the following checklist can help to avoid problems. 1. Sale Structure. Is the sale an asset purchase, stock or equity purchase or a merger? If an asset purchase, then the buyer typically chooses which assets or liabilities...

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NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS: DO YOU NEED ONE?

In order to be enforceable, a non-compete agreement must be reasonable in both its length of time and the geographic territory. What is reasonable is subject to interpretation but the time and territory must be no greater than necessary to protect the employer’s...

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BUY SELL AGREEMENTS

A Buy-Sell Agreement is important for all Arizona partnerships, corporate entities, and other business organizations. It is in the best interest of each co-owner to determine the best course of action upon the situation of an owner’s departure. To find the best terms...

read more

WHEN DOES A JOINT VENTURE FORM?

Many times, individuals start a new business without documenting who owns what. Later a disagreement arises and the parties are in a gray area over who owns the company assets. Under Arizona law, a joint venture is formed when two or more parties agree to pursue a...

read more