McLeod Law Group represents clients in a variety of business matters and disputes. The firm has helped form companies and partnerships of all types, including negotiating and drafting incorporation agreements, articles, bylaws, operating agreements and partnership agreements, whether acting as counsel for the newly formed entity or one or more of the founding members/entities. The firm has also helped negotiate or, where necessary, litigate, disputes arising out of the operation or management of various business entities. This includes shareholder buy-outs or cash-outs, as well as agreements to re-organize or re-structure various entities in order to facilitate resolution of such disputes and continued profitable operation of the business entities. In addition, when otherwise unavoidable or necessary, the firm has assisted in advising companies and shareholders/members in the dissolution of business entities, including the formation of dissolution funds and the methods for calculating loss exposure and necessary reserves.