Paul C. Ray, Chtd. advises all types of businesses, including investor groups, foreign and domestic corporations, for-profit and not-for-profit companies, small business start-ups, and small businesses and entrepreneurs. Businesses need awareness of myriad legal issues, and the firm ensures that its clients are well-informed.
Even the development, running, or resolution of a business implicates several regulations and laws; but handling all of these phases in a business lifespan is within the firms range of capabilities: including strategic alliance agreements like joint ventures and partnerships, shareholder agreements, financings, closings, operating agreements, negotiation and preparation of deal term sheets, and the collection and enforcement of contractual dispute obligations.
Often overlooked but of crucial importance - the constitution protects several rights that businesses have. Without guidance, a business could find itself less property, less value, less profit resultant from unconstitutional action undertaken by government. The firm zealously defends a business constitutional rights.
As an example of the firms results in this area:
Vacation Village, Inc. v. Clark County, Nevada, 497 F.3d 902 (9th Cir. 2007)- Unconstitutional Takings Without Payment of Just Compensation.
Marquis & Aurbach v. Eighth Judicial District Ct., 146 P.3d 1130 (Nev. S. Ct. 2006) -Ethics.
Nevada Contract Services, Inc. v. Squirrel Systems of Canada, Ltd., 119 Nev. 157, 68 P.3d 896,(2003)-Breach of contract loss of profits.
Smith v. Edwards & Hale, 305 F.3d 1078 (9th Cir. 2002)-Bankruptcy Reorganization After Plan Confirmation..