West Palm Beach Minutes & Annual Reports Attorney
Any company that is publicly traded is required by state and federal law to not only report information to their shareholders, but thoroughly document information pertinent to shareholders. Every business must maintain a formal record book and a well-maintained record book can make all of the difference when it comes to litigation, shareholder disputes and even tax issues. The Law Offices of Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller understand the importance of these critical records. Our West Palm Beach minutes & annual reports attorneys can ensure your company complies with the state and federal regulations and pleases its shareholders.
Corporations are required in all states to hold a shareholder meeting at least once a year. This shareholder meeting must be adequately documented using meeting minutes. Also, the annual meeting must include financial statements or some form of an annual report to be released to shareholders. Annual meetings are highly complex and not as simple as they may seem. Publicly traded corporations have even more requirements they must fulfill by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Therefore, most corporations turn to the assistance of an attorney. The Law Offices of Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller can help your corporation keep accurate minutes to fulfill your state and federal requirements.
Other Meetings That Must be Documented
In addition to the annual shareholder meetings, companies may be required to have minutes for their annual meeting of the board of directors as well as organization and specialty meetings — depending on your bylaws.
It is imperative you have an attorney assist you with your annual meetings and minutes. An attorney can advise you as to what include in your annual meetings as well as what data must be included within your reports to remain in compliance with federal regulations. The Law Offices of Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller have experienced corporate attorneys that can assist you with your minutes and annual reports, including:
- Reviewing your bylaws for any minute requirements
- Drafting organizational minutes
- Documenting annual minutes
- Preparing minute books
- Generating annual reports for the state
Contact us today to learn more about how our attorneys can assist your business. Schedule a no obligation consultation by dialing 561-264-6850.