Mr. Roach advises clients at all stages of a business' lifecycle as legal issues regarding the form, ownership, control, direction, finances, and termination of a business often arise. Mr. Roach counsels prospective business owners regarding the alternative corporate structures available and the ramifications of each under Arizona corporate law. He also advises clients on their rights and responsibilities with respect to their businesses, co-owners, employees, and customers under Arizona law and governing corporate documents. When a dispute arises, Mr. Roach implements strategies aimed at minimizing disruption to the business and finding a cost-effective resolution.
Mr. Roach assists clients in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating commercial contracts and transactions to ensure the best interests of their business are preserved and that both short and long-term consequences of each deal are understood. In doing so, Mr. Roach collaborates with clients to meet their business objectives, address specific concerns, and minimize risks.
Mr. Roach has years of experience in the drafting, negotiation, review, interpretation, and/or analysis, with respect to a broad spectrum of contractual documents, including:
- Professional services agreements
- Vendor contracts
- Marketing agreements
- License agreements
- Employment agreements
- Restrictive covenants (non-compete, non-solicitation, non-disclosure)
- Confidentiality agreements
- Separation agreement
- Settlement agreement and releases
- Commercial and residential purchase and sale agreements
- Letters of Intent
- Memoranda of understanding