If you are running your own company, you more than likely have your hands full at all times and want to focus your attention and efforts on your company’s core priorities, your people, your clients and the attributes that make your company a success.
Your lawyer is most effective when they understand the type of business you operate and your overall business goals and objectives. An experienced and professional lawyer and law firm can help you focus on your company and its highest priorities.
Your lawyer will be working with you on many of your most sensitive company issues, so your lawyer is someone with whom you will need to feel comfortable and have the highest level of trust.
Your lawyer can help you navigate the legal aspects that can have a significant impact on your business. No different from your needs related to sales, operations, your people, marketing and the like, your business will have on-going legal needs.
Some of these legal needs may be obvious and evident, however legal matters often may not be so evident and may need critical and proactive attention. Smart businesses take a proactive approach to legal compliance and mitigate potential risks before they occur.
Your lawyer will be able to help you with both your business and commercial legal needs, including legal matters related to sales and distribution of goods and services, along with financial transactions related to these commercial and business requirements.
From a business perspective, your lawyer and law firm should be able to help you with the formation and organization of your company, government regulations and compliance, setting up shareholder agreements and rights, any mergers or acquisitions, leasing office or warehousing space, reviewing contracts and other business aspects like property issues.
If your business provides services or sells products, you will need a lawyer that understands both business and commercial law.
Every business operates differently, your lawyer should be able to help you with your own unique company attributes that are affected by both business and commercial law. You lawyer will be able to offer you ethical and practical advice, and solutions based upon your unique company situation.