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Business Law

“Went to Ms. Nagel’s office today and was impressed by her staff who attended me immediately. I enjoyed how Ms. Nagel was very responsive to my questions and was easy to talk to and very to the point. She made me feel comfortable and I highly recommend her. Thank You.”
-Charlie A.

The scope of business law is vast and no matter if you’re newly self-employed or an established company that is expanding or reorganizing, it’s important to make sure that you’re on the path to success.

Business Representation for New Businesses
An attorney can help you file your business with the state, ensure that it meets all state compliance laws, and help set in place the best practices to govern your organization and the employees within it. This includes employee agreements, new hire handbooks, non-compete agreements and other tools that will ensure dual respect between yourself and your employees.

An attorney that handles both business and real estate law, like the attorneys at our firm, can also help you with the purchase of commercial real estate to ensure that your space meets your needs and complies with state zoning laws.

Business Representation for Established Businesses
The reasons an established business might require an attorney are often different than those of a business that is just starting out. Unless you’re reorganizing the structure of your company or rebranding, you likely won’t have many of the same needs as a newly established business.

As a business grows, hires new employees and expands to multiple locations, we begin to see many different points of contention that can require legal action. These could be something as simple as employee relations or as complex as civil litigation. Because the scope of possibilities is so vast, it’s important to have an attorney you trust to steer you through all the hurdles a business could face on the path to its success.

It’s important to find a firm that is as dedicated to your business as you are and here at Merideth Nagel, P.A., we have a vast understanding of business law no matter if you’re setting up a brand new business or looking for aid with one that has been established for years.

The scope of our business representation includes:

  1. Creating Business Entities
  2. State Regulatory Compliance
  3. Commercial Real Estate
  4. Corporate Reorganization
  5. Employee Relations
  6. Business Dispute
  7. Commercial Litigation
  8. Dispute Resolution
  9. Employer Defense
  10. Employment Handbooks
  11. Employee Agreements
  12. Non-compete Agreements

If you need help with any of these matters, we would love to discuss your options with you. Please contact us for your free evaluation today.