West Palm Beach Business Attorney
Types of attorneys, like doctors, are becoming increasingly specialized. Some claim to handle business litigation and transactions, but they mostly handle personal injury cases, wills, real estate or anything and everything. Your business matter, whether litigation or transactional, deserves the attention and dedication of a West Palm Beach Business Attorney. If you need immediate assistance reach us at: (954) 384-0998; (561) 651-0998; (305) 280-0095 or email@example.com.
- West Palm Beach Contract Attorney – A transactional attorney, who understands the critical issues to protect your business, strategies to advance your business and real experience in understanding the verbiage and enforceability of the contract terms. It is critical to have contracts with your customers, co-owners, vendors, employees and suppliers.
- West Palm Beach Litigation Attorney – An experienced litgiator, who has represented businesses, owners, executives and investors in fierce defense of the business or agressively litigating to advance your interests. Your interests should be protected by an attorney with experience in State and Federal Court, as well as Arbitration and Mediation.
- West Palm Beach Employment Law Attorney – One of your business’ biggest advantages is also one of its biggest liabilities- your employees. Your employees represent your business to the public, but they also have personal interest that could conflict with your business goals. So, you should protect your business with proper employee coventants (non-disclosures, non-competes and other restrictive coventants) and also properly plan to avoid and if necessary agressively defend employee claims and lawsuits (FLSA).
- West Palm Beach Intellectual Property Attorney – Your goodwill, trademarks, servicemarks and logos brand your business and drive in sales. Protecting these intangibles are important by making proper filings, designations and even litigating to protect your customer loyalty.
- West Palm Beach Real Estate Attorney – Leases of commercial or retail space are highly complex and drafted to benefit the landlord. Because they tend to be “printed form” documents, you may be tempted to think they are non-negotiable or standard. Do not sign without your experienced business attorney reviewing the lease. Consider your lease liability is the monthly rent multiplied by the term (number of months of the lease), which may be the most significant liability in your business.
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