LQ Corporate Law Feeds On Change
Any business is good business for the world of corporate law.
“Whether it is good times or bad, both generate legal work,” said Stephen Waterbury, partner at Warner Norcross and Judd, of economic booms and busts.
“They are a significant reason why the larger
With the mergers and acquisitions,
“I’m not aware of a single significant client that has just shut its doors and ceased business without the business being sold to someone else,” he said. “I’m not aware of any client that has pulled up its roots and transplanted its entire business outside the state of
In addition to patent attorneys,
“Our state has encouraged the redevelopment of those properties through changes in the law,” he said of brownfield sites that have infrastructure.
“There’s a steady stream of putting abandoned industrial sites back on the industrial roles.”
“Our real estate attorneys are heavily involved in significant real estate projects across the state and are intensely busy. Real estate development and large-scale construction activities are driven by a long-range time frame, and the strong level of such activities seems to reflect confidence in the long-term prospects of
With all the fluctuation in the economy and various industries,
“As long as change is happening, lawyers are busy.” LQX