The attorneys at Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon represent small businesses and large corporations in a multitude of business transaction and litigation matters. Whether your enterprise is a start-up or a Fortune 500 company, a closely-held family business or a public franchise, succeeding in today’s marketplace requires more than "business as usual" and at Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon we’re here to help you succeed.
Starting a business? Dissolving one? Buying or selling a business? Hiring high-level employees? Since legalities seem to pervade even the most basic business decisions you will make, it is important that you tackle these "legal" issues with the help of an experienced Business Law attorney.
When people decide to start a business, they usually have a great idea and some money to invest in the enterprise. Some people opt to start the business by themselves or with family members; others have partners or other investors who will not be involved with the management of the business. So, will the new business be a partnership, corporation, or limited liability company (LLC)? Laws governing these different business entities are not the same, especially in areas such as personal liability for business debts and the business's tax obligations. Call on the lawyers at Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon to help you with all of the important considerations for your business.
Through extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and business litigation, attorneys at our firm have a sharp awareness of the pitfalls awaiting new businesses who have become party to a business contract without carefully addressing all the legal implications involved in the transaction. It is always our goal to help our clients avoid the expense and disruption of litigation or contract disputes by providing excellent legal service before problems arise. However, when litigation becomes necessary, after all reasonable methods of resolution have been exhausted, we offer an aggressive and confident litigation capability that has won the respect of attorneys and clients alike.
Commercial transactions and business relationships often go bad and turn into disputes, resulting in costly litigation. Unable to resolve the dispute through negotiations or discussions between the parties, one party may find that litigation is the only way to end the matter. Unfortunately, litigation is often a fact of modern business life. When you are faced with commercial litigation issues, you need the assistance of an experienced commercial litigation attorney.
Do not assume there is nothing that can be done if you have been treated unfairly in a business or commercial transaction. Certain types of contracts, including those involving real estate transactions, must be in writing to be enforceable; even in the case of an oral agreement, we may be able to help you resolve your concerns. It is important to discuss your situation with your attorney and find out what your options are.
We are prepared to handle contract disputes and all business needs including breach of contract, corporate shareholder rights, landlord tenant disputes, real estate matters, covenants not to compete, licensing, mergers and acquisitions, commercial leases and more.
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