Sandman PLLC provides a comprehensive range of business law services to clients from independent contractors and government contractors, to small and medium-sized enterprises, large corporations and investors.
The right business law attorney can reduce your liability and minimize losses by helping you avoid legal disputes and other costly issues. Our law firm can help with a variety of different services, including business contracts, intellectual property, bid proposals and negotiations, evictions and tenant issues, property acquisition agreements and beyond.
We are here to help you take a proactive stance when it comes to avoiding legal trouble with the right contracts, written agreements and negotiations. But if a problem does arise – and inevitably, you will encounter a legal issue at some point down the road – a business lawyer is here to assist by providing sound legal advice and strategic representation. •Planning for the Future and Forming a Solid Business Plan
Sandman PLLC has worked with businesses of all sizes and in a vast range of different niches. We understand the importance of developing a solid business plan that will guide your venture’s growth and development in the coming weeks, months and years.
As an experienced business attorney, Ms. Sandman understands how to help you draft a business plan that is realistic, compliant with local and federal regulations and sufficiently detailed so it can guide your venture into the future. We can also help you develop key documents, such as company policies, an employee handbook and company procedures for addressing any potential legal issues that arise. Our goal is to help you to minimize risk and maximize growth and development for your business. •Our Law Firm Will Help You Incorporate and Form a Business
The incorporation and business formation process can be quite involved, complex and time-consuming, especially if you’re trying to navigate the process on your own! Starting a new business is no small feat, but this is where an experienced business formation lawyer can assist.
Our law firm will help guide you through every aspect of the incorporation process, including:
- Helping you choose the right type of business entity for your venture, including a partnership, limited liability corporation (LLC) or corporation. - Assisting with the incorporation of company formation and filing process. - Guiding you through the process of addressing relevant laws and ensuring you’re in full compliance. - Drafting and reviewing key documents such as operating agreements, shareholder agreements, employment contracts and other important transactional details.
Business owners must appoint a registered agent to accept service on matters such as a lawsuit or summons. Sandman PLLC is happy to assist in this capacity. We can also guide you through the process of trademarking your logo, slogan or product name, and securing copyrights for key pieces of content. •Drafting and Reviewing Agreements and Contracts
Many business owners get a false sense of security when they utilize generic business contracts and written agreements. But the general, non-specific nature of these documents means they’re of limited, if any, use when a legal dispute arises – especially when you consider the fact that state laws vary quite dramatically.
For this reason, we believe that it is essential to ensure that each written contract or agreement is, at a minimum, reviewed by a business lawyer. Ideally, your company contracts and written agreements should be drafted to suit your unique circumstances. This way, you can proceed with confidence knowing that your contract or document will be enforceable in the courts, providing you with legal recourse if a problem happens to arise.
The business contract lawyer of Sandman PLLC can draft a variety of different documents, including:
- Business-to-Business (B2B) contracts and agreements - Work for hire agreements - Bid proposals for local, state or federal government contracts - Rental agreements or lease agreements - Asset purchase agreements - Consulting contracts - Non-disclosure and non-compete agreements - Licensing and royalty agreements - Negotiated settlements, among others
It’s especially important to have your own attorney review any business contract or written agreement before signing, especially if the other party’s lawyer prepared the documents. The other party’s attorney will often draft the contract in a manner that gives their own client the upper hand, so you must have a lawyer who can look out for your interests. Our lawyer can help interpret any information that is unclear and we can also prepare a modified version of the contract for you to present to the other party if it appears that the original document is not in your best interest. •Negotiations, Investigations and Beyond
In addition to the above-mentioned areas, we can also help with a number of other issues that matter to you as a business owner, independent contractor or employee. Our attorney can help in a number of different areas, including:
- Helping to identify legal liabilities and recommending changes to help minimize risk. - Assisting with negotiations with a new prospective employee, an independent contractor or another business. - Conducting an internal investigation on your behalf. - Offering guidance to help you develop company policies and procedures.
With our help, we can ensure that your company maximizes profits, while minimizing any losses that can result from issues such as a poorly-written contract, failure to mitigate and minimize risks or even business practices that leave you open to litigation and lawsuits.