Important information about Contract Law

Create your own business-to-business entity (see case below). In a 1,050 to 1,750-word paper address these basic elements of business formation:
1) Idea/vision for the business
2) Identify legal and regulatory issues to be considered in creating/modifying this business
3) How you would select professionals to rely upon for business advice, and whom would you choose?
4) What legal entity choice would you make for this business and why?

Case Business Situation
Maury and Sons is an oilfield-drilling contractor. Maury has been dead for years and Monty and Max, two of Maury’s grandsons, now operate the business as a general partnership. They contract with companies such as ExxonMobil and BP-Amoco. Last year’s contracts exceeded $1 million in revenues, an all-time high. The partnership currently employs 50 people on oil-rig crews and 10 in administrative positions.
Monty and Max each own 25% of the business (they acquired their interests from their deceased fathers, Fred and Barney). Two aunts, Wilma and Betty, own the remaining 50%. Wilma and Betty, each in their early 80s, have no children.
The business was originally a sole proprietorship. Maury brought Fred and Barney into the business, yet there is no formal partnership agreement. Wilma and Betty have never been actively involved in the business, yet were given their interests after Maury’s wife, Mable, passed away.
Monty and Max want to continue to expand the business and, eventually, sell the business to a “consolidator” (a company that buys local businesses, usually in exchange for a combination of stock, cash, and debt).


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