Corporate Law & Business Transactions

With our extensive experience in both corporate law and transactional work, Preston & Malcom provides expert counsel for all your corporate law needs.

As an ideal ‘outsourced in-house legal counsel’, we are fully committed to doing whatever it takes to address your business issues. We work with corporations of all sizes, handling day-to-day legal matters as well as advising business owners on a variety of issues such as employment, contract negotiation and transactional law.

Preston & Malcom’s attorneys are highly skilled in all facets of Corporate Law:

  • Business Mergers, Acquisitions & Buyouts
  • Entity Formation
  • Lease Drafting, Review and Negotiation
  • Contract Drafting, Review and Negotiation
  • Mediation and Arbitration
  • Franchise Law

Our attorneys work as a team, so you benefit from the experience and commitment of the entire firm. When you hire one attorney, you receive the comprehensive expertise and skill of all the partners and associates. With degrees in business and finance, practical experience running numerous corporations and acting as in-house counsel to multi-billion dollar corporations, our attorneys bring diverse backgrounds and unique business perspectives to the firm. This vast breadth of experience brings depth to our practice.  We believe our unique combination of in-depth practical corporate experience and legal expertise is what sets us apart from other firms.

Preston & Malcom attorneys handle mediations in a wide variety of areas. We are highly skilled in helping our clients settle disputes in an efficient manner through mediation and arbitration to avoid costly litigation in court.

Preston & Malcom’s real-world business expertise gives you full assurance that your attorney understands your legal and business needs. If your business is facing a legal matter, call or email us and let us take care of your legal issues so you can focus on what matters—your business.

Archibald Macleish

Macleish“The business of the law is to make sense of the confusion of what we call human life — to reduce it to order but at the same time to give it possibility, scope, even dignity.”