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Attorney Paul Jeddeloh can also assist you with the following business law and commercial law issues

  • Business Startup
  • Corporations
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Partnerships
  • Business Continuation Planning
  • Contracts
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Covenants Not to Compete
  • Buy-Sell Agreements

Business Planning

There’s a lot of work that goes into planning a business. Whether you are creating a plan for a new business or an already existing one, it’s wise to consult with an attorney during the process. A knowledgeable business attorney can help guide you through the complex proposals and legal details in planning. To keep up in the business world a lawyer’s professional legal advice will make all the difference. Business Attorney Paul Jeddeloh will work hard to help you drive your business to success.
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Founder Arrangements

Founder’s agreements are essential in starting up a new business. Whether or not you know the other founders well, the agreements need to be put in place from the beginning to ensure that everything runs smoothly between all business members. Founders agreements are contracts that can help outline each founder’s roles and contributions to the business and ensure all founders agree. The contract can also outline a plan for the possibility of a member leaving, which can help ease the stress and legal issues if it does happen. A founders agreement will prepare you for future disputes between fellow business partners. It is highly beneficial to consult with a business attorney when making founder arrangements.

Formation of Corporations, Professional Associations, LLCs, etc.

There are tons of different business structures to choose from. Whether you are forming a corporation, professional association, or LLC, having a business attorney by your side through the process can help you choose the right entity to drive your business. In addition, an attorney can outline factors such as taxes, liabilities, and profits to guide your decision on what type of business to pursue.

Business Mergers

Mergers occur when two or more corporations, LLCs, or other businesses form a single business entity. From horizontal to vertical to concentric mergers, business attorneys offer professional advice to help guide the business transaction to be in your very best interest.

Drafting, Editing, and Reviewing Contracts

A contract will serve as your business’s legal guidelines. So it is imperative to be created with expert knowledge and careful consideration to maximize your business’s potential and limit any possible risk. This contract will be a huge determining factor in your company’s success. Hence, an attorney’s legal advice is critical in ensuring the contract is created in the most beneficial way. In addition, business attorneys can assist in foreseeing likely scenarios that may result in the need for a resolution and help to eliminate any loopholes that leave you bound to an unfair contract.

Employment Contracts, Forms, and Regulations

Forming a new business will likely require the need for new employees. Hiring also drives the need for new employment contracts, forms, and regulations to determine factors such as salaries, responsibilities, benefits, and other requirements that affect employees and the company. Employment contracts can also help prevent disputes down the line. The best way to create these fair regulations and employment contracts is to work with an experienced attorney who will guide you to the most appropriate agreements for your employees and business.

General Contractor and Subcontractor Contracts, Forms, and Regulations

Another important contract involves general contractors and subcontractors. This agreement serves as a mediator to ensure that the contractor performs the necessary services, is paid, and is not mistaken as an employee. Again, it is highly recommended to consult with a business attorney when working with contractors to ensure agreements are fair and prevent any potential conflict between parties.

Trademarks and Copyrights

A crucial part of operating a business is protecting your intellectual property. Therefore, you must understand the rights you are entitled to with a specific work or creation. An experienced business attorney can help you understand these rights. Attorneys can also assist you in applying for a trademark or copyright to protect your work and ensure your business owns what it has created.

General Legal Advice and More!

Attorney Paul Jeddeloh is a knowledgeable business attorney ready to walk you through every step of the business planning process. Business operations can be stressful, so having an attorney on your side can help ease the legal factors that come into play. For any legal advice you may seek about planning a business, Paul offers full knowledge to provide you with practices that allow you to grow your business to its full potential.

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Legal representation is crucial for every business. Attorney Paul Jeddeloh is ready to represent your business. Contact Paul today to set up a consultation!