Extensive Experience Representing Cooperative Businesses
A Cooperative is a type of business structure that is formed by individuals who share a common interest or goal and work to meet the mutual needs of the members. These entities are often formed by individuals who realize that their small business ideas can be strengthened by acting together. At Pringle & Herigstad, P.C., we recognize that cooperative entities provide necessary services to residents throughout the state of North Dakota and our business law attorneys in our Minot and Grand Forks offices are committed to representing your interests.
Types of Cooperatives We Represent
There are many different types of cooperatives throughout the state, including local cooperative grain elevators, rural electric cooperatives, and local cooperative oil companies. We also represent cooperatives and organizations which provide data processing and marketing functions for their member cooperatives throughout the country.
Our firm provides representation and guidance for all aspects of your organization, including:
- Cooperative formation
- Corporate organization
- Analysis of proposed legislation
- Obtaining financing through governmental or private sources
- Planning and structuring of acquisitions
- Mergers and subsidiary corporations
- Litigation in both federal and state courts
- Corporate governance
- Business and litigation representation
- Corporate finance matters
- General compliance
You can also rely on our firm for our extensive knowledge of cooperative law and for representation in matters before the Federal Communications Commission and North Dakota Public Service Commission. We understand that these matters can be complex and are here to advocate for you.
A National Reputation for Cooperative Law
Our firm has been in practice for more than 100 years and we are known throughout North Dakota and the United States for our involvement in complex legal transactions. We have successfully handled many litigation cases concerning cooperatives and have earned a reputation for our dedication to client-focused solutions.
Call Pringle & Herigstad, P.C. today at (855) 245-5100 to set up a free consultation.