Utilizing her experience as a certified public accountant, Lisa Schultes brings great depth and business acumen to her practice in the areas of corporate law, succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, and nonprofit organizations law.
She counsels clients in the intricacies of forming new business entities and nonprofit organizations. In this capacity, Lisa addresses issues of general business planning, capital structures, specialized stockholders’ agreements, joint venture agreements, and the protection and licensing of technology.
Because of her experience, clients seek Lisa’s representation in the purchase and sale of existing businesses through asset purchase transactions, stock purchase transactions, mergers, and leveraged buyouts. She has been the lead counsel and negotiator in numerous large, complex transactions in a variety of industries. Her experience includes the filing of necessary notification forms and documents with the Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department in large transactions to comply with the Hart Scott Rodino Act.
Corporate, educational, and institutional clients from a variety of fields benefit from Lisa’s assistance in developing and forming new entities to license or commercialize technological breakthroughs. She also works closely with family-owned businesses to provide a full array of legal services, including annual legal reviews and succession planning.