Small Business

Starting and owning your own business is an exciting yet daunting task, but Denny Law Office will be there with you during the planning, implementation, and successful operation of your new business venture. We are a solo practice focusing on helping existing small businesses and startups build the foundation upon which a fruitful venture can grow.

Denny Law Office regards knowledge of the law as merely the minimum requisite level of service small business owners need and deserve when seeking legal representation. We understand small businesses because we have been there; owner Roy C. Denny is not only the son and nephew of small business owners but also owned his own small business while attending the University of Louisville, and regularly delivers presentations on small business ownership with the U.S. Small Business Association.


Embrace technology, the right way


Economic success is rooted in a willingness to adapt to ever-changing market conditions, and in today’s world that means adapting to constant changes in how technology impacts your life and your business. Customers, no matter what the concern, expect your business to utilize the latest technologies available to provide top-level service.


But with change comes risk. Let Denny Law Office be your partner in balancing and mitigating your risk as you start and grow your business. We strive to stay current on technological developments as well as the laws concerning them that will impact your small businesses. We pride ourselves in maintaining strong relationships with subject matter experts to advise us on even the most complex technological issues.

Build it right, the first time


No house can stand for long without a solid foundation, at Denny Law Office we believe that developing a strong relationship with each and every client is essential to building a durable business foundation. Denny Law Office can act as your “outside general counsel” in a variety of matters.


Your Business Plan:

Laying a solid foundation upon which to build your business

o What entity is right for the concern?

o How do I register my entity with the Commonwealth of Kentucky?

o What do I need to do if I have a partner or investors?


Organizing Documents:

 Make sure you cross your t’s and dot your i’s

o Articles of Organization/Incorporation

o Partnership agreements

o Operating Agreements

o Bylaws

o Stock certificates

Acting Like a Business:

To be treated like a business, you have to act like one
o Corporate Governance

  ▪ Stockholder meetings

  ▪ Electing board members

  ▪ Board meetings

  ▪ Board Reports and Minutes

o Risk assessment

o Government compliance

o Shareholder agreements

o Buy-Sell agreements

o Asset purchase agreements

o Stock purchase agreements


Doing business:

At the end of the day, you have to make money o Employment issues

o Protecting intellectual property

o Contract, lease, and loan negotiations

o Government compliance, including data breach laws and HIPAA

o Internal and external IT security planning and risk mitigation


Wrapping up:

 Owning your own business is tough, walking away shouldn’t be

o Dissolution

o Sale/Transfer of ownership

o Succession and estate planning

Denny Law Office, PLLC

7982 New LaGrange Rd.

Suite 6

Louisville, KY 40222


(502) 203-1643 or

(502) 631-9760 ex. 104




Denny Law Office, PLLC is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code.


Nothing on this website should be considered legal advice nor creating an attorney-client relationship. Any information furnished to Denny Law Office, PLLC prior to formally signing a retainer agreement IS NOT PROTECTED by attorney-client privilege. You are not a client of Denny Law Office, PLLC until a retainer agreement is signed.

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