The practice of business law covers many substantive areas and takes many forms. The substantive areas of practice include contracts, entertainment, real property (real estate) transactions, community development, advertising, sports, banking, and, transportation, to name just a few! We do both trial work; as well as, focus on contractual work such as talking with clients, negotiating contracts with lawyers representing other companies, incorporation of companies, and drafting contracts and other documents, for example lease agreements, licensing agreements, minute books, and the like.
We ascribe to the highest professional ethics, skill, competence, and character expected of a member of a highly trained profession. Our work must be methodical and effectual for our corporate and business clients. They depend on us to aggressively pursue their goals, leaving no stone unturned. We are counselors, mediators, negotiators, as well as, advocates.
We must look outside the typical adversarial process to obtain the best results for our clients. We provide options, counsel, and give advice as well as represent. We communicate in clear language that our clients understand.
Our business clients’ interests are paramount. Whether in the courtroom or in our research and pleadings, we strive to find ways to best advance the clients’ cause.
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