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Corporate Law Blacksburg VA

Corporate law is the law that governs corporations and is part of the broader category of companies law, which applies to all types of businesses, like partnerships and trusts. But corporate law is more specific and applies to how shareholders, directors, employees and other stakeholders interact with each other and the company. The law deals with firms that are incorporated and display the characteristics of a corporation, which are separate legal personality of the corporation, limited liability of the shareholders, transferable shares, delegated management, and investor ownership. The last characteristic is not uniformly accepted, but for the most part companies that fit these descriptions are subject to corporate law.

Jeffery Keith Mitchell
(540) 443-3319
Suite 1000, 2000 Kraft Drive
Blacksburg, VA
Specialties
Business, Venture Capital, Energy
State Licensing
Virginia

Kristopher Robert Olin
(540) 382-6321
27 Scattergood Drive, NW
Christiansburg, VA
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Business, Commercial, Construction
Education
Saint John's University
State Licensing
Virginia

Michael P. Drzal
(540) 961-2762
1872 Pratt Drive, Suite 1865
Blacksburg, VA
 
Gerard R. Marks
(540) 382-0811
519 Roanoke Street, P.O. Box 2204
Christiansburg, VA
 
Le Clair Ryan
(540) 961-2600
2000 Kraft Dr Ste 1000
Blacksburg, VA

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Kristopher Robert Olin
(540) 382-6321
27 Scattergood Drive, NW
Christiansburg, VA
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Business, Commercial, Construction
Education
Saint John's University
State Licensing
Virginia

Jeffrey Laing Dorsey
(540) 389-8800
P.O. Box 865, 25 Library Square
Salem, VA
Specialties
Litigation, Personal Injury, Family, Corporate, Criminal Defense
State Licensing
Virginia

R. Neal Keesee Jr.
(540) 200-0222
Garvin Innovation Center, 1872 Pratt Drive, Suite 1290
Blacksburg, VA
 
Scott E. Gardner
(540) 387-1843
25 Library Square
Salem, VA
 
Mitchell, Jeffrey - Leclair Ryan Flippin Dinsmore
(540) 443-3319
2000 Kraft Dr Ste 1000
Blacksburg, VA

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Virginia Antitrust Laws

Antitrust Code Section: Virginia Antitrust Act: 59.1-9.1, et seq.

Time Limit to Bring Claim: 4 yrs. or 1 yr. after conclusion of action

Is a Private Lawsuit Possible? Yes; attorney general power to enforce

Can a Successful Plaintiff Recover Attorneys' Fees? Yes

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