From a sole proprietor, to a family farm, to a complex commercial entity, our firm prides itself with advising a wide variety of legal issues including:
- Business Formation
- Contract Advising
- Commercial Real Estate
- Bank and Creditor Rights
- Employment Law
- Business Litigation
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Other areas
Choosing the appropriate business entity is crucial. Our business-law attorneys know the proper legal documents that are necessary for protecting you from personal liability and for effectively growing and managing your business.
Contracts are an essential part of a business, and having our experienced attorneys advise you on the particular terms and provisions of the contracts you enter into can protect your business from disputes and litigation in the future.
Commercial Real Estate
Our firm can protect a seller or a buyer from unexpected developments in the sale process of commercial real estate during every stage of the transaction–from offer to purchase–to satisfy the contingencies for a smooth closing.
Collections and Creditor Rights
If a person or business owes you money, our firm provides guidance regarding the appropriate collections lawsuit to file for, how to obtain a judgment against a debtor, and how to collect on a judgment, in order to collect what is owed to you.
Our firm has the experience to provide sound legal advice, counsel, and representation regarding litigation, employee termination, company policies, and employee handbooks, as well as mediating workplace disagreements.
If you are involved in any kind of business related litigation, our firm has the background and experience to provide aggressive representation to either plaintiffs or defendants involved in a business related lawsuit.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Our firm advises clients engaging in mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures through every stage of these transactions, from negotiation to closing.
- Cross purchase agreements
- License agreements
- Non-compete agreements
This information is intended to be viewed as general information. Your individual situation or needs require consultation with the advice of an attorney. We are here to help you today.