Meet our sharp minds.

Sharp minds. Sharp deals.

Businesses depend upon Horack Talley’s business and corporate practice group for their most important legal matters. For more than 30 years, our lawyers have handled commercial transactions for clients of all sizes throughout most industries.

We have the experience to guide entrepreneurs, companies and major corporations through every legal need they are likely to encounter, from routine issues to highly complex transactions.

For new companies, our representation begins with the process of entity selection and formation. Well versed in many aspects of business law, we help our clients work through the tax and other legal differences between various forms of entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, and help form the chosen business entity.

Mature and growing businesses seek the assistance of our corporate attorneys as their legal needs become more complex, or as they are about to undertake a particularly significant transaction.

Many corporate clients look to Horack Talley to perform or coordinate all of their legal services. Others use our services for select transactions or projects.

In either case, our lawyers aim to learn as much as possible about our clients’ businesses or the context in which a particular transaction is taking place. In that way, we can provide the maximum value-added services and advice in a timely, efficient manner.

We are proud that our clients view our corporate lawyers as trusted advisors and not just “the people who do the documents.”

"We hold the Horack Talley corporate group in high regard as lawyers who fully comprehend the business objectives of the client, and then wrap the necessary legal protection around those objectives."

- Decision Point
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