Richard has significant experience in a broad range of business law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, tax planning, private securities offerings, and start-up businesses. He recently served as in-house counsel for a major background screening and compliance provider, giving him the rare experience of managing both the inside and outside counsel roles for the same entity. That experience colors his practice, and Richard is now known as "an inside counsel's outside counsel."
During his legal career, Richard has amassed extensive experience representing small and large companies on issues such as business structuring and organization, contract negotiation and drafting, corporate governance, and business succession planning. In addition, Richard assists companies and individuals with their tax planning needs and represents clients on tax dispute before the Internal Revenue Service, North Carolina Department of Revenue and property tax authorities.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard J. Crow