Find the Best Business Law Attorneys

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    Structure Law Group, LLP

     1754 Technology Dr
    San Jose, California 95110
    United States

    Practice Overview:

    San Jose and Silicon Valley Business Attorneys

    Review:

    "Based on my experience, I highly recommend the lawyers at Structure Law Group. Mark Figueiredo and his team provided excellent and timely counsel in connection with the sale of a company."

    "Based on my experience, I highly recommend the lawyers at Structure Law Group. Mark Figueiredo and his team provided excellent and timely counsel in connection with the sale of a company."

  • Shouse Law Group

     14500 Roscoe Blvd, 400
    VAN NUYS, California 91402
    United States

    Shouse Law Group provides top-notch legal representation throughout California in the areas of criminal defense, DUI, immigration, employment law, and personal injury. Our team of attorneys includes four former prosecutors and a former police sergeant. Together we share more than 100 years collective experience defending individuals.

  • Distinguished Justice Advocates

     555w W 5th St
    Los Angeles, California 90013
    United States

    Distinguished Justice Advocates recognizes the top 1% of US attorneys. It is an exclusive membership of only the elite lawyers. We have taken the time to vet only the best attorneys in the business to deliver consumer world class legal counsel to consumers.

  • O’Reilly Law Group

     325 S Maryland Pkwy
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
    United States

    Phone: 7023822500

    O’Reilly Law Group is an AV-Rated firm providing legal services to Southern Nevada for more than 40 years. OLG is a leading law firm for a wide range of complex business transaction and litigation matters. Practice areas include litigation; business law; gaming; hospitality; real estate; commercial law; tax & estate planning; and personal injury. The firm offers a full range of legal services for clients, which include developers, lenders, gaming licensees, hotels, businesses and individuals.

  • BrewerLong

     620 N Wymore Rd, Suite 270
    Maitland, Florida 32751
    United States

    BrewerLong exists to provide individuals, families, and businesses clear guidance through complicated legal situations. Each BrewerLong client receives personal attention and meaningful communication, starting with our attorneys. With professionalism and understanding, we do our best to meet the legal needs of individuals, families, and businesses.

  • Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg

     4303 N Central Expy
    dallas, Texas 75205
    United States

    Criminal defense attorney Randy Isenberg has been involved in criminal law for the past thirty years. With experience as both a Senior Chief Felony Prosecutor and a State District Trial Judge, he understands the entirety of the criminal law process. Board Certified in Criminal Defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and a Certified Criminal Defense Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, he is listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers and was selecte

  • George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers

     128 N Main St
    Anderson, South Carolina 29601
    United States

    Phone: 8647294888

    Conveniently located downtown on Main Street, the Anderson office of George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers offers a wide range of personal injury services, including but not limited to: car accidents, workers�� compensation, Veterans Disability, dog bites, premises liability, catastrophic injury, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall, dangerous drugs, nursing home abuse, truck accidents

  • Disabledvets.com

     7053 Rivers Ave
    North Charleston, South Carolina 29406
    United States

    George Sink has expanded beyond injury law and is now getting back to his roots — helping serve the armed forces veterans who come home after service. A Vietnam Vet himself, George Sink understands the hardships our veterans face when they come home after serving our country. When the VA won’t give our vets their rightful compensation for disability ratings, TDIU or other veteran disabilities, the team at Disabled Vets is here to help you.

  • 1-800 Injured

     3902 Henderson Blvd
    Tampa, Florida 33629
    United States

    1800-Injured is a lawyer and medical referral service. We connect injured parties to a network of professional legal representatives and medical professionals in their area. All of the attorneys in this referral network work on a contingency basis and all consultations are completely free. Call us right away to speak with an attorney about your accident. Email: https://1800injured.care/

  • Law Offices of Benjamin Sternberg

     1901 Avenue of the Stars
    Los Angeles, California 90067
    United States

    Our objective is to protect your rights, your business, and your family. Years of service to the government including working in the Clinton Administration, the Office of the Los Angeles County District Attorney, and the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, give Ben an edge when it comes to dealing with your issues before all levels of the government.

  • Valerie F. Horn & Associates

     1901 Avenue of the Stars
    Los Angeles, California 90067
    United States

    Valerie F. Horn & Associates are business disputes and Commercial law attorney in Los Angeles, CA The firm provides legal counsel at all stages of our clients’ growth and evolution. you can call for free concern:(310) 888-8494

  • Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC

     930 East Blvd
    Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
    United States

    Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC, Charlotte car accident attorneys are thorough investigators and strong advocates. They work closely with financial and medical experts to make sure they develop a complete picture of our clients’ current and future medical needs and lost job opportunities.

  • Constantine Cannon LLP

     150 California Street
    San Francisco, California 94111
    United States

    Constantine Cannon was established in 1994. We are internationally renowned for our great success in antitrust and whistleblower cases. With decades of experience and extensive legal knowledge, our lawyers fight for our clients from beginning to end. Let our skills and experience work for you. Together, we get results. Call us today to get started on your case.

  • Constantine Cannon LLP

     335 Madison Ave, 9th Floor
    New York, New York 10017
    United States

    Constantine Cannon was established in 1994. We are internationally renowned for our great success in antitrust and whistleblower cases. With decades of experience and extensive legal knowledge, our lawyers fight for our clients from beginning to end. Let our skills and experience work for you. Together, we get results. Call us today to get started on your case.

  • Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.

     12955 Biscayne Blvd
    North Miami, Florida 33181
    United States

    At Jurado & Farshchian, P.L. we represent clients in title and real estate matters who are purchasing, selling or refinancing a home; negotiating a lease on commercial or residential property and litigating issues that arise from real estate transactions. We provide business counsel to both established and successful companies, as well as startups. We assist companies with securing necessary visas for business travel around the world. We are able to assist with your immigration case no matter wh

  • Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C.

     1930 N Arboleda
    Mesa, Arizona 85213
    United States

    Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C. has been providing top quality legal work to the Greater Phoenix area in Arizona since 1987 without the increased costs and bureaucracy of larger law firms. In our smaller environment, we can provide an individualized and responsive approaches for each of our clients’ needs.

  • Bennett, Weston, Lajone & Turner, P.C.

     1603 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy
    Farmers Branch, Texas 75234
    United States

    Dallas, Texas-based Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., is a full-service business and commercial law firm providing quality legal services to clients throughout the State. The firm’s practice is focused on the areas of real estate, dispute resolution, business litigation, employment law and municipal law, among others.

  • Michael Howard Wolf Law Firm

     805 SE 3rd Ave
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
    United States

    Michael Howard Wolf is the founder of well-established law firm, known as Michael Howard Wolf Law Firm. One of South Florida’s most prominent attorneys, Mr. Wolf’s practice is focused primarily in the areas of Gaming Law, Criminal Defense Law, Civil Litigation, and Business/Corporate Law. Mr. Wolf has successfully represented some of the area’s largest clients in gaming, criminal, civil, and business matters for over 40 years.

  • Fellheimer & Eichen

     50 S 16th St, Suite 3401
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
    United States

    We formed Fellheimer & Eichen with one goal in mind: to use the knowledge we gained from managing financial institutions to help our clients achieve their most important business goals. Whether the engagement involves raising money from investors, completing a complex transaction or resolving a multifaceted dispute, our clients can count on us to use our business experience to provide the practical advice and determined advocacy they need to fulfill their objectives.

  • Ramos Law Firm

     14 Lenox Pointe NE
    Atlanta, Georgia 30324
    United States

    Ramos Law Firm is a legal office for workers compensation in Atlanta, Georgia. If you’re injured from work, you should know your benefits and compensation. Consult the top workers’ comp lawyer in Atlanta to help you with your legal needs. We aggressively pursue the workers’ comp claim to the fullest extent of the law. We handle claims for people working in healthcare, construction, warehousing, manufacturing, airport services, and more. Call the best Atlanta Work Injury Lawyer at (770) 637-0105

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What Does a Business Law Attorney Do?

Starting a business can be a very daunting task. It can involve many aspects that can go unanticipated. Initially, a new entrepreneur has to decide what type of business they will conduct. From there, the entrepreneur has to understand which type of business entity or structure is best for their situation. Each structure, whether it be a sole proprietorship, partnership or incorporation, has its pros and cons and differences.

Starting a New Business and Choosing a Business Structure

When deciding on a structure, one must understand the basics of a business entity. Usually, the general goal in setting up a business entity is to create a significant separation between the business and the owner. This separation allows a business owner to legally protect themselves against claims that may otherwise reach them through their involvement in business. For instance, in a sole proprietorship, the business owner is personally liable for the financial obligations of the sole proprietorship. In other words, if that business has a debt that it cannot pay, the owner can be held legally responsible for it. The same applies to a partnership where multiple owners share in the profits and losses of the business. However, in a corporation, the founders or owners are not personally liable for the corporation’s financial obligations as the corporation is a separate legal entity.

There are also hybrid forms of business structures such as a limited liability partnership that combines the concepts of partnerships and corporations. Those forms also tend to create a legal separation between the owners and the business, and can even create a legal separation between the owners themselves. This separation is not an absolute protection from all personal liability for an owner of a business. The law allows for this protection to be broken in situations where in actuality, there is no meaningful separation of the business and owners. This legal concept is referred to as piercing the corporate veil.

Assistance with Tasks Such a Choosing a Business Name

The legal ramifications from choosing one business structure over another are just the beginning of the legal issues a business may face. After formation there still may be issues over licensing, naming the business, employment, tax, insurance, credit and financing, and even contractual relationships with other businesses. For instance, take the naming issue.

  • When starting the business, did the owner look up the business’s potential name in a state database to see if the name was available?
  • Will the name chosen be in conflict with another business name?
  • Are there trademarks involved?

Something as simple as naming a business can involve way more research than one would think. Consulting a business attorney early on can help avoid early legal issues.

How Does a Business Law Attorney Help an Existing Businesses?

Several different situations may call for several different types of business attorneys. If you are just starting a business, your needs will most likely be different than a business that has been up and running for a while.

For the fledgling business, a business attorney can perform a wide array of functions. They can help with the initial formation of the business by creating articles of incorporation or a necessary filing paperwork with the state such as service of process authorizations. They may also help in obtaining any business licenses that may be required. Business attorneys can also help in drafting contracts. You may need employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, or agreements that cover the sale of products.

For the business that is already up and running, a business attorney is more likely to be needed for drafting contracts and possible litigation issues. An attorney would assist in drafting agreements that deal with relationships with other businesses such as vendors, manufacturers, and third-party service providers. You may also want an attorney to look over any credit obligations the business may have occurred or any government regulatory concerns there may be. There is also a high likelihood that at some point in the lifetime of a business, there will be some form of a lawsuit that the business must respond to. Businesses get sued, and sometimes must sue in order to protect their interests. Its no wonder that many businesses employ attorneys to work on the business’s legal matters full-time.

How do you Choose a Qualified Business Law Attorney?

Searching for the right attorney to help with your business can be like buying a new mattress, they all tend to look alike. You may ask yourself, what difference does make? Well, it can make a huge difference. Many attorneys have a lot in common. They may have similar websites and profiles, but there can be significant differences in the services and abilities of respective attorneys. The process may take a little effort, but it's definitely worth your time. You have to do your homework! Whatever kind of legal work you need, a successful outcome may be largely dependent on which attorney you choose.

Determine Your Needs

So the next step in the process will be to decide on what exactly you are looking for in an attorney. What criteria will you use to base your attorney selection? Here is where it gets a bit easier. There are many sources you can pick from that will allow you to make a sound decision. If you are starting with absolutely no idea of the name of an attorney you might want to use, you may want to start by first zeroing in on your geographic area.

Research Online

You can begin by running a simple search for a business attorney in your local area. From there you should find lists of names and firms that can handle your business needs. Once you have names in hand, you will want to search for information on that individual attorney.There are plenty of websites that rate attorneys or provide reviews for attorneys. Avvo ratings and Martindale-Hubbell peer review ratings are good places to start. Avvo's site contains over 1 million reviews of attorneys nationwide. Reviews come from clients that post their thoughts on the attorney's performance. Avvo also provides their own rating that rates attorneys based on information provided by the attorney through their website, and information made open to the public via a state bar association.
Martindale-Hubbell provides ratings that are determined by surveys of other attorneys that are familiar with the work of the attorney being reviewed. They can work as references for a client who wouldn't necessarily have access to others that can evaluate another attorney’s work.

Check the State Bar's Website for any Disciplinary History

Both sites can provide pieces of a puzzle that can help you find what you are looking for in an attorney. The next piece of information you will want to obtain will come from a state bar association website. The bar association is an organization that every attorney licensed to practice in your state must belong. So if the attorney has an office in your state, they must be a member of that bar association.You will want to find the state’s discipline history as most states makes disciplinary actions for attorneys very easy to find.

Many state bar websites have a search tool on their website that will allow you to conduct a search of the attorney in question. A profile will show up and list all the disciplinary actions that have been taken against the attorney. There you will get a good idea if there have been any serious issues raised against the attorney. Hopefully, the attorney will have a clean slate, and you can continue to research that attorney's history. If the attorney happens to have disciplinary actions against them, you may want to look further into the situation for any facts that are provided on the site. The state bar profile will also contain some other basic information that you may want to consider. Bar profiles usually reveal how long the attorney has been licensed to practice in the state. As a business owner, you may want an attorney who has practiced for a considerable amount of time in their area of expertise. An attorney who has handled all sorts of business related manners will have a large breadth of knowledge of how to handle any issue that may arise.

Schedule an Appointment with a Business Attorneys

Once you have some background information on specific attorneys the next step that you should take is to meet with a couple of them. You will want to talk to multiple attorneys in order to find one that you are the most comfortable. Many firms offer free initial consultations so the only drawback may be the consumption of time. When you go to the initial consultation, make sure you have enough questions on your mind that you will use to gauge the level of knowledge that the attorney possesses. You may also want to pay close attention to the demeanor of the attorney, do they seem sincere? Are they listening to you? Or are you just being told what they think you want to hear?

If you follow the above tips, you should be well on your way to finding an attorney that fits your business needs. It is definitely worth a little extra time to make an educated decision on which attorney to choose.