Corporate and Business Transactions

DarrowEverett’s Corporate & Business Transactions attorneys work together to provide our clients with extensive guidance in many services. Included are entity formation, maintenance and structuring activities, corporate governance, business & commercial contracts, limited liability company, shareholder, partnership, business & real estate investment trust operating agreements, mergers & acquisitions, management & leveraged buyouts, dispositions, dissolutions, and liquidations, e-commerce & licensing matters, stock option plans, grants, and more.

The DE team has extensive experience advising public and privately held companies in diverse backgrounds, including solar, cleantech, e-commerce, real estate development, private equity, construction, and healthcare. By providing thoughtful and tactical counsel, DarrowEverett’s corporate team is highly regarded for its skilled and detailed guidance, whether it be in establishing, running, or expanding a business.

Our Corporate lawyers provide extensive insight regarding a wide array of issues, including but not limited to:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Intellectual Property
  • Tax
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital
  • Joint Venture & Strategic Partnerships
  • Restructuring
  • FTC Act & State UDP Compliance
  • TCPA, TSR, & State Telemarketing Law Compliance
  • State & Local Home Improvement & Contractor Compliance
  • Cryptocurrency Issues
  • Private Placement Memorandum

Recent Matters

Corporate and Business Transactions

Represent a travel industry client from a startup in a single location to expanding to 4 locations across three states. The sales of this client has grown from thousands of dollars a month to over $20 million in annual revenue in a single year. Our representation covers all aspects of the business from labor and…
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Practice Leaders

Zachary G. Darrow - Chairman


Zachary Darrow serves as Chairman of DarrowEverett LLP and leads both its Corporate & Business Transactions and its Private Equity, Capital Markets & Securities Practice Groups. Zach has forged a reputation over the last two decades as a top dealmaker in sophisticated transactional matters. He has a genuine passion for working through intricate issues and developing winning strategies for the Firm’s clients. Leveraging his extensive network of contacts, deep understanding of the intricacies of the...

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Chad J. Gottlieb - Chief Growth Officer, Partner


Chad J. Gottlieb, Partner, is DarrowEverett’s Chief Growth Officer and Practice Leader for the Firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology and Corporate and Business Transactions Practice Groups, and a Practice Leader for its Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Group. Chad has experience in internal investigations, audits and responses involving government or administrative agency inquiries, investigations or formal legal requests relating to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), State telemarketing laws, and State Unfair and Deceptive Acts and...

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    DE Insights

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    On September 12, 2023, Delaware became the 13th state to adopt a consumer data privacy act, joining Florida, another state to recently adopt consumer privacy laws, and others in providing resident consumers with rights regarding their personal information. Delaware’s Personal Data Privacy Act (the “PDPA”) goes into effect on January 1, 2025, but businesses should…
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    Diversity Driven Derivative Suits: Culture Wars Come to the Boardroom

    Traditionally deployed to protect a corporation from its board’s imprudent investment or financial decision-making, in recent years shareholders have taken to bringing derivative actions on a corporation’s behalf for its board’s alleged failure to pay more than lip service to the diversity, equity and inclusion (“DEI”) commitments the company publicly proclaims. Spurred in 2020 in…
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    Court Rulings Demonstrate That Privilege Is Not Always a Right

    Earlier this year, following oral argument and 16 amicus submissions, the Supreme Court dismissed as improvidently granted (“DIG”)[1] a writ of certiorari on the issue of whether communications involving both legal and non-legal advice are protected by the attorney-client privilege.[2] This red-hot issue was granted review following the decision styled In Re Grand Jury, in…
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