Robert Solliday represents many successful companies, including its directors and officers, as well as its investors, on the most important issues concerning the company stockholders as well as the managers responsible for the company’s affairs and operations. Corporate governance enters into all aspects of the company, including the decision making process on the most fundamental company issues such as mergers and acquisitions and the relationship between the board, management, and other company members.
Robert primarily acts as a bridge between corporate law and potential litigation. He has significant business and corporate law experience, providing comprehensive and insightful legal guidance to entrepreneurs and start up businesses as well as established corporations.
He advises boards and investors on their fiduciary obligations with respect to a broad range of corporate decisions and business transactions, including internal finance matters and loans, and buy-sell agreements, as well as representing such entities in litigation on these issues. His primary value to his clients is to provide them with sound legal judgment and business experience.
Corporate Governance Law Services:
- Buy sell agreements
- Internal financial structure