Business Planning and Business Litigation
We fill the traditional roles of a Business Attorney:
- We draft and review basic legal documents, such as articles of incorporation, partnership agreements, employment contracts, leases, vendor agreements, etc.;
- We provide day-to-day legal advice relating to your business activities, including potential legal issues, liability, conflicts of interest and the effect of regulations;
- We assist in negotiations; and
- We perform annual or periodic legal audits such as reviewing invoices and employment manuals.
But we also do a great deal more...
There are many different ways that a lawyer can assist you in forming a business entity that will keep your business separate from your personal assets, and keep everything you own protected from frivolous lawsuits.
Moreover, we can help you protect your business legally by assisting with contractual agreements and developing policies for your business that will help ensure that you and your associates or employees do not accidentally trigger a major legal problem. Finally, when some other person or company violates your legal rights, then you need a law firm that can do more than just draft documents and give advice - you need a litigator who can go to Court and have a judicial remedy imposed on the opposing party.