Owning your own Business is hard.
Legal threats exist to your business and you need to identify them before it’s too late.
Talk to any successful business owner and they will tell you that in order to make it,
you need to build a relationship with lawyer who will give you practical
yet expert legal advice. Your company needs good contracts. Work for hire, licensing,
non-compete, non-disclosure, & partnership agreements are just a few of the tools that help
to make work go more smoothly - so you can get focus on growing your business. You need to develop and protect your Trademarks & Copyrights.
After all these years, I still like being a lawyer.
I’ve been a lawyer for over 24 years and I have worked for large firms,
Clients who come to me seem to have two major complaints when
dealing with large firms. (1) The answers to their questions are often indecipherable
(2) when they got their bills, they often did not know what they were paying for.
Before long, they were afraid to call their attorney. Because I prefer taking
a proactive approach to business rather than addressing problems after the fact,
I help clients negotiate and document contract agreements intended to prevent
problems - designed to catch small problems before they become big ones. I want
my clients to succeed in business and enjoy being a part of that process.
I’m not the type of lawyer
who would rather file a $5,000
motion when I can solve
your problem with a
15 minute phone call.
Yet, despite your best efforts occasionally problems may arise when you need an
experienced lawyer to represent you in court. I’ve spent a lot of time in the
trenches over the years and understand both sides of the judicial systems. Whether it
be a construction law,matter, trademark infringement, contract disputes or breach of contract,
I know how to represent you strategically, yet cost effectively.