It’s finally time to open that French bistro you’ve been dreaming of since you tasted your first ratatouille as a small child. You’ve got the space rented, the head chef hired, the menu set and a pretty darn good pastry selection going. Give yourself a pat on the back, but don’t celebrate too long: You still have to make sure you’re in compliance.
Regulatory compliance isn’t the most exciting part of any business, but hopefully that’s a good thing. After all, a heavy fine or a forced closure would technically be exciting … but not in a good way. If you want to avoid severe repercussions, you need to stay on top of regulatory compliance whether state of federal.
Whether you’re serving liquor and have to answer to the OLCC, providing health services, maintaining a catering service, collecting debt, or otherwise engaging in highly regulated fields (or really, any field), you need expert legal help to ensure nothing goes sideways. That’s us, so call today.
Underwood Law assists its clients with Regulatory Compliance needs by providing seasoned legal advice regarding:
- Federal, State, and Local Regulatory Risk Mitigation, Licensing, & Compliance Services
- Federal, State, and Local Regulatory Filings
- General Regulatory Compliance Counsel
- Administrative Law Counsel
- Oregon and Washington Licensing and Compliance Matters
- Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Oregon Construction Contractor’s Board (CCB), Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI) Licensing, Compliance, and Application ` Assistance
- Compliance Counsel Regarding Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act (UTPA) and the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
- Counsel Regarding Building & Zoning Matters, Environmental Matters, and Land Use
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