Bray & Long understands client needs while making sure that no detail is left out. Their lawyers work well others and can lead you and your business where it needs to go.
Every business needs a trusted legal adviser. From incorporation to dissolution, experienced and skilled legal counsel is mandatory to the success and protection of every company and its ownership.
The corporate attorneys at Bray & Long work extensively in both transactions and litigation. This means that our advice is grounded not only in the practical economic realities of the proposed deal, but with an eye towards conducting the deal in a fashion that results in little risk from a litigation perspective.
And when litigation is necessary, our lawyers know how to be aggressive and effective.
Bray & Long, PLLC has expertise in dozens of industry sectors, which include: construction; technology; retail; manufacturing; telecommunications; broadcasting; marketing; sports; entertainment; lending; real estate and professional services.
Although not intended as a comprehensive list, our corporate law practice includes work in the following areas:
- Business Disputes
- Business Formation
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Corporate Audits
- Corporate Dissolution
- Licensing Agreements
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Partnership Disputes
- Private Offerings
- Regulatory Matters
- Shareholder Agreements
- Succession Plans
- Unfair Trade Practice
Bray & Long, PLLC has organized or incorporated hundreds of corporations and limited liability companies in North Carolina and South Carolina since its founding in 2002. Our attorneys are skilled in the creation of entities as simple as single-member marketing firms, and as complex as multi-member investment corporations or hedge funds.
Many of the firm’s clients formerly engaged some of the largest firms in the country for their legal needs, and have since found that the type of service offered within our firm’s boutique setting is better suited to their unique needs. We welcome clients with new ventures, as well as clients looking for an alternative to their previous general corporate representation.