A business attorney is implemented into every aspect of a company to provide legal advice and services. Ensuring that the business complies with all rules and regulations within the business operating scope. Generally speaking, business attorneys most commonly help companies with the following:
Starting A Business
Creating an entity and choosing between an LLC, an S-Corp, or another business type. Selecting the incorrect decision can result in a costly fix later down the road due to taxes that won’t be apparent for years.
Trademarking, copyrighting, or patenting a product or service will help instill confidence and security in the business itself.
What forms do you need when hiring employees or bringing on a new client? Do they need to sign any waiver? What should the conditions say? Do you need an NDA or non-competes? Business lawyers specialize in the drafting of contracts to meet the needs of your business.
Breach Of Contract
What happens when a contract is breached? Isn’t a client paying? Does an employee share secret? A business lawyer will negotiate and advocate on your behalf, guiding you through the most efficient process and even filing a lawsuit if needed.
Mergers And Acquisitions
Want to buy a competitor? Thinking about selling your company? Want to combine forces with another entity? Make sure to bring a business attorney to advise you and guide you thru the buying or selling of a business entity.
Can A Business Attorney Go To Court? a
Because businesses must work through so many different issues when operating and running the entity, business attorneys will usually have a general skillset to handle the various types of business-related matters before having to go to litigation but always should be ready for litigation. The Enara Law business lawyers do whatever they can to avoid the court process; however, if your case requires litigation, the attorneys at Enara Law are always ready.
Contact Enara Law today for a free consultation should you find you and your business in need of legal help. Contact the business attorneys at Enara Law at 602-687-2010 or email us directly at Info@Enaralaw.com. All first initial consults are free.