So you’re wondering how to start a business, and what it will take to make sure everything you do is completely above board. You wouldn’t want to jeopardize your career, after all, nor limit your success by failing to remain in compliance, form the right entity and use the right contracts.
Think perhaps business law doesn’t apply to your biz? Think again. Let’s say you’re a fisherman bringing in a daily or weekly catch off the Oregon coast. You mainly work with suppliers in the port you’re based out of. Your transactions are simple; your billing and bookkeeping are simple. What more is there?
Careful. Every business carries legal implications, and without a knowledgeable attorney at your side, advising you on the intricacies of both state and federal business law, you could get yourself in trouble without meaning to. That’s where we come in, so let us know how we can help today.
Underwood Law assists its clients with Business Law needs by providing seasoned legal advice regarding:
- Appropriate Entity Selection
- Corporate Formations, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Non-Profit Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Partnerships, & Sole Proprietorships
- General Legal Counsel
- Employment Law Matters
- Regulatory Compliance
- Contractual Matters
- Non-Competition, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Competition Agreements
- Tax Planning, Compliance, and Mitigation Strategies
- Federal and State Licensing Matters and Compliance
- Commercial Leasing
- Asset Purchases, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Succession Planning
- Dispute Resolution and Litigation
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