“Business law” describes many areas of law including the formation of a limited liability company (“LLC”), a corporation, a partnership, or a sole proprietorship. A competent attorney can help you to avoid personal liability for business debt and develop a business plan that will substantially improve your likelihood of success.
Once a business has been formed, there are many issues that develop with regard to vendors and suppliers, employees and independent contractors, employee policies, accounting practices, covenants not to compete, business interference from a third party, business slander, office and equipment leasing, financing, and the like. Business litigation (known as commercial litigation) can often be avoided by carefully drawn contracts and written agreements. There’s a saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In the business world, an ounce of prevention is worth a ton of cure.
At Faupel Law, we represent individuals and business entities in all stages of operation. Whether you are an entrepreneur seeking advice about the appropriate business form under which to operate your start-up company or your company has been presented with a merger or acquisition opportunity, our team of business attorneys can help.
Our business lawyers regularly assist businesses of various sizes and in virtually any industry in transactional matters and litigation. This includes:
Once your business is operational, we will help you by reviewing contracts and keeping you informed about ever-changing regulation. We represent businesses at administrative hearings on matters ranging from licensing to disciplinary actions.
For more information about our business law practice, contact Faupel Law online or via e-mail or by calling 734-677-0776.