General Corporate Law Practice
Webster, Chamberlain & Bean advises a wide range of non-profit and for-profit organizations on corporate law matters. The firm counsels organizations at each stage of development, from initial incorporation or formation through dissolution and liquidation. The firm has vast experience in assisting clients organize with a view to obtaining tax exemption at the federal and state levels.
The firm counsels organizations and their leadership on governance matters, including elections, policies and procedures. Many organizations ask attorneys at the firm to deliver orientations and presentations regarding fiduciary and other obligations of directors and officers.
Webster, Chamberlain & Bean provides legal counseling to associations and other non-profit organizations with respect to standards and certification programs, publications, meetings and conventions, affinity programs, educational and other programs.
Webster, Chamberlain & Bean attorneys routinely assist clients with particular transactions and contract matters. Attorneys draft and review a variety of contracts, including: merger, acquisition and sale agreements; loan and finance agreements; real estate leases, purchase and sale contracts; intellectual property and technology license and transfer agreements; employment and independent contractor agreements; and meeting contracts, including hotel and convention center agreements.
The firm also counsels clients on risk management and liability exposure. We often are asked to review insurance policies and to advise on organizational structures with respect to particular programs and activities. The firm has assisted clients with the establishment of affiliated entities or ventures to operate certain programs and activities, including joint ventures, corporate subsidiaries and limited liability companies.