Laura A. Colca, a partner in the firm’s Construction and Intellectual Property practice groups, was quoted in an article discussing the reasons construction companies decide to create a new entity or name.
In “When Construction Companies Need to Build a New Identity,” Laura talks about how construction companies may want to establish a new identity in order to limit their legal exposure, update their brand identity, or to provide some flexibility for investors and local contracts. She also addresses the caveat to joint ventures, explaining that the parties involved still need to draw up a detailed joint venture agreement as to how liability and other aspects of the relationship will work.
Read the full article here:
“When Construction Companies Need to Build a New Identity,” Construction Drive, October 30, 2019
More about Goldberg Segalla’s Laura A. Colca:
Laura is a trusted legal advisor to a wide variety of clients, including manufacturing and technology companies, construction and development companies, retail and hospitality franchises, media entities, higher education institutions, nonprofits, and small and family-owned businesses. Whether acting as outside general counsel to a long-time client or parachuting in to handle a complicated matter, Laura’s practice includes high-value transactions; corporate formation, governance, and dissolution; commercial litigation and contractual disputes; and numerous matters related to trademarks, patents, and copyrights.