T H E   L A W  O F F I C E S  OF
SELF MOREY & ASSOCIATES
A PROFESSIONAL LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

Business, Commercial, Contracts, Corporate Law & Limited Liability Company

Unlike many firms, Self, Morey & Associates was founded by attorneys who understand your business needs, and who have spent years as a business owners, officers, directors and operators.  We have served as Chief Legal Counsel to organizations with hundreds of employees and nationwide operations. 

 

The Oklahoma business attorneys at Self, Morey & Associates are experienced in Oklahoma corporate law, limited liability company law, entity formations, business operations, negotiating and drafting contracts, antitrust, telecommunications, intellectual property and other important business related activities.  As a result of this experience, we are uniquely qualified to serve the needs of business clients.   As our clients’ needs have expanded, the scope of our practice has also expanded, but business and corporate law remain a primary focus.

 

There is so much more to starting a business than filling out a form and filing it with the Secretary of State.  While this might sound like a quick, inexpensive way to start a business, many who take this route later find themselves with more problems than they ever imagined.

 

Whether your business is a family owned company, or a national franchise, there are many additional factors to consider when protecting your limited liability.  After having established hundreds of new companies, we can help you determine which jurisdiction is the best for your domicile, which structure and charter documents are essential, which operational documents you will need, how to avoid infringing on another’s trademarks, how to protect your own trademark and other intellectual property and provide risk management advice.  The list of considerations is lengthy.  Let the corporate and business attorneys at Self, Morey & Associates take the guess work out of your new or existing business plans. 

 

We advise corporations, partnerships and other business organizations on issues such as:

 

            Annual meetings and minutes

Compliance

Contract negotiations and drafting

Corporate governance

Dissolution and exit strategy

Employment agreements

Employee benefit plans including ERISA matters

Employee handbooks

Entity formations

Environmental concerns

Foreign qualifications

Franchising

General operational matters

Insurance and indemnification

Intellectual Property Protection

Leasing

Licensing

Mergers & Acquisitions
            Officer/director fiduciary duties

Risk management

Real estate acquisition, development, management, and finance

Shareholder agreements, bylaws and operating agreements

Supply and distribution agreements

Tax compliance

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