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The business minded attorneys

Corporate & Business

Information

 

We provide a variety of business services. We understand that every business is unique in their own way and every business has there own needs. Our firm strives to provides preventative measures to help protect your business from unnecessary costs in the future. In doing so we can provide a strategic analysis to maximize the efficiency of your business according to the desired demographic.  Contact us now to see how we can help your business grow.  

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Services

Business Consulting & Strategic Planning

We know business!

 It works if you work it!


You've put your time, money, and passion into your business. Why not get more out of it? Sometimes it's good to have a second pair eyes evaluate your business from a different perspective. 

Our experience in dealing with all types of businesses gives us the luxury of creating and implementing new innovative ideas that may be unheard of in your particular industry. The obvious goal is to maximize profits by having your business run efficiently and effectively. As the saying goes, "work smarter, not harder." 


Your success is our success. 


Contact us now for a free consultation! 

Testimonial

"This law firm was able to take my business from a $500,000 valuation to a $2 million dollar valuation. We couldn't have done it without them." ~ Client

Secure funding for your business

We help you get the money you need!

 

Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans launch their own businesses. According to the U.S. Small Business Administation (SBA), in 2010, there were 27.9 million small businesses in the U.S. The majority of these – more than 75% – were identified by the government as “non-employer” businesses, meaning that the owner is the only person working at the business.


Before your business can have any hope of becoming a legend (or even just profitable), you need to find a way to finance its birth. The SBA states that in 2009, the Ewing Marion Kauffmann Foundation estimated the average cost of starting a new small business in the U.S. to be about $30,000. To estimate what it will cost to launch your business, check out an online startup cost calculator, such as the one provided by Entrepreneur.com


While there are many ways to secure funding we help analyse what type of funding is the best for your business. Then we structure your business either through a business plan or operating agreement, so your business is attractive to potential investors or underwriters. Let us navigate those waters so that you have best possibility of securing funding and you can focus on your business. 


Contact us now so we can help get the funding you need



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Business Litigation

 The Florida Bar defines 'Business Litigation’ as the practice of law dealing with the legal problems arising from commercial and business relationships including litigation of controversies arising from those relationships. ‘Business litigation law’ includes evaluating, handling and resolving such controversies before state courts, federal courts, administrative agencies, mediators, and arbitrators. Matters not qualifying for business litigation include areas of practice dealing with personal injury, routine collection matters, marital and family law, or workers’ compensation. Courts of ‘general jurisdiction’ shall include state circuit courts, federal district courts, and courts of similar jurisdiction in other states, but not county courts.  


Too often do businesses wind up in situations where all of the sudden they find themselves in litigation. When that happens having an attorney with a business background can prove fruitful. Be proactive and take preventative measures to protect the livelihood that you have worked so hard to create.  Continue to invest in your business by contacting us now to see how we can help protect your business. 

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Business Disputes

 Business disputes can arise from any type of arrangement, but there are certain types of conflict that are more common than others.  


Conflicts can be internal or external. When disputes arise between shareholders or partners within a business, this is characteristically classified as an internal dispute. In these cases, a derivative lawsuit may be required.  


External business disputes on the other hand typically arise when businesses employ or work with contractors, purchasers, suppliers, or other businesses. Whatever the case, contract disagreements make up many business disputes.  


Businesses that establish policies and procedures that govern their day-to-day operations within the business reduce the possibility of disputes. For example, a business equipped with well drafted policies or contracts used in their business dealings are less likely to have disputes arise from them.  


Business disputes can be very complicated, time-consuming and difficult to resolve. Having an attorney at an early stage can help reduce unnecessary costs, and help resolve the dispute in you favor. Often times having an experienced attorney can help prevent the dispute from arising altogether. 

  

Contact us now to learn how you can take preventative measures in protecting your business.  The Florida Bar defines 'Business Litigation’ as the practice of law dealing with the legal problems arising from commercial and business relationships including litigation of controversies arising from those relationships. ‘Business litigation law’ includes evaluating, handling and resolving such controversies before state courts, federal courts, administrative agencies, mediators, and arbitrators. Matters not qualifying for business litigation include areas of practice dealing with personal injury, routine collection matters, marital and family law, or workers’ compensation. Courts of ‘general jurisdiction’ shall include state circuit courts, federal district courts, and courts of similar jurisdiction in other states, but not county courts.  


Too often do businesses wind up in situations where all of the sudden they find themselves in litigation. When that happens having an attorney with a business background can prove fruitful. Be proactive and take preventative measures to protect the livelihood that you have worked so hard to create.  Continue to invest in your business by contacting us now to see how we can help protect your business. 

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