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Attorneys at Lanier Ford understand that all transactions involve two primary elements: when payment is due and how payment is to be made. Start-up companies and growing companies often have limited cash for payment. Therefore, our attorneys can structure payments over time, secured by assets such an intellectual property, real property, machinery, equipment, inventory, or accounts receivable. Our attorneys can also structure transactions by varying the form of payment, whether it be cash, services, products, or securities. Our attorneys have experience with numerous types of transactions, including manufacturing agreements, research-and-development agreements, licensing agreements, purchase agreements, joint ventures, and service contracts. An important factor that is always considered by our attorneys is the tax consequences of a business transaction. Lanier Ford seeks to minimize the effect of taxes on our clients.