In the same way you need to get a business license from the city to open your doors, you need a lawyer to be with you from the onset to make sure your business is protected. Assessing everything from your entity formation, your lease, contracts, disputes, and even how you hire, compensate, and terminate employees, a business lawyer can advise you on every facet of your business.
Don't let your business get bogged down in threats of litigation and legal battles. Instead focus on prevention. Hiring Heather as your outside “in-house” business attorney not only provides you with constant access to legal guidance, it provides you with peace of mind.
Corporate Counsel Reno Services
From the years of business formation to the ins and outs of everyday operations, having a lawyer to assist in your business can help prevent litigation by putting a legal structure in place. Heather can help assess every aspect about your business operation, from entity formation to commercial contracts and even selling your business.
Litigation and Disputes
Litigation is always costly and time consuming. The goal is to avoid litigation or at least limit the costs of it. Avoiding litigation can be done with iron-clad contracts that anticipate various loopholes and put you in a strong, defensible position. If litigation cannot be avoided, you need an experienced lawyer by your side who is used to the throes of battle and doesn't back down from a fight. Heather is well-versed in all areas of business litigation.
Human Resources/Employee Agreements
Heather can help in negotiating or drafting contracts for use with your employees, such as compensation agreements, confidentiality agreements, and non-solicitation agreements. Additionally, having an employee manual is necessary these days with litigious employees. With the revolving door of employees who threaten to work for your competitors, you need to make sure you are protected. Therefore, instead of going to an HR firm, go straight to the source and have a business lawyer draft your documents.