Business & Corporate Law

Blending Expertise & Understanding of Client Needs

The Business and Corporate Practice Group of Mickes O’Toole, LLC delivers broad-based experience and expertise focused on solving complex business problems. Its attorneys fully understand the needs and challenges of clients. The Business and Corporate Practice Group offers a wide range of legal services to entities large and small across a broad range of industries.

Specific areas of expertise include merger and acquisitions, entity formation and creation/maintenance of entity records, corporate finance, real estate transactions, trust and estates probate, business succession planning, taxation, nonprofit organizations, employment law, land use/zoning eminent domain and business/employment litigation.

Specified Areas of Service

Real Estate

Financial Servicies

Public Finance

General Business & Corporate Law

Business & Corporate Litigation

Business & Corporate Attorneys

Thomas L. Benson III

Thomas L. Benson III

Alicia N. Caton

Alicia N. Caton

Steven D. Hall

Steven D. Hall

Rebecca L. James

Rebecca L. James

Mara J. Lahnar

Mara J. Lahnar

Jasmine Y. McCormick

Jasmine Y. McCormick

Thomas J. O’Toole, Jr.

Thomas J. O’Toole, Jr.

Vincent D. Reese

Vincent D. Reese

Laura H. Reeves

Laura H. Reeves

Melanie A. Renken

Melanie A. Renken

Our team of professionals welcomes
the opportunity to serve your needs.

Business & Corporate Group

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