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Business and Contracts Law

In business law, there is the utmost importance of selecting the right business format and having the right contracts to protect your business interest(s).  We will help you select and establish the best legal entity for your business, which can include incorporation, a limited liability company (LLC), limited liability partnership (LLP), S corporation, sole proprietorship and other entities along with the appropriate bylaws and operating agreements. There are differences that have financial and tax consequences as well as the ongoing need for legal services regarding insurance, contracts, employee/customer dispute, and other related business matters which we can assist you with.

Supporting Documents:  There are a number of other documents that may be needed based upon the type of business entity you choose, including by-laws, an operating agreement, corporate resolutions, organization records, shareholders agreements, employment contracts, lease agreements, real estate contracts,  non-competes and confidentiality agreements, independent contractor agreements, annual meeting notices and other documents.  


Contracts:  Contracts are among the most important documents which a business owner should retain an attorney to review.  On some occasions, the proposed contract terms heavily favored the party submitting the contract.  There are a number of issues, including liability, indemnification clauses, insurance requirements, termination, damages, and limitation of liability, which every owner has to consider in every contract.  

Other Business Matters:  Every business may be involved in commercial business transactions, contract negotiation, insurance requirements, employee or customer disputes, and other matters, which we can provide qualified legal service for.

***Disclaimer: This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.