Why should I hire a business lawyer?
Our experienced Texas attorneys explain the reasons why
Our business attorneys at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC realize that many business owners often want to handle their business law cases on their own. After all, entrepreneurs are intelligent problem-solvers who have accomplished so much on their own. You know your business best and understand its needs inside out.
We respect your desire to handle your legal issues on your own. America was built by strong, independent people just like you. That’s precisely why we want to help you with your legal needs. We understand how much you value your business, and we want to help you resolve whatever legal issue you might be dealing with at your company.
Our business law attorneys have more than 90 years of combined legal experience. We regularly work with businesses on a wide range of legal issues – from commercial law to intellectual property law and more. As a result, we thoroughly understand the rules and regulations governing businesses.
We also realize some people might not be aware of all the different ways a business lawyer can benefit their company. That’s why we compiled the following list of frequently asked questions about business law.
Answers to questions about business law from our experienced attorneys
If you don’t see your question about your business listed below, simply contact us. And even if you do see your question, we urge you to schedule a case evaluation with us. Every legal case is unique, just like your business’ needs. Simply call 713-209-2950 or fill out our online inquiry form. We can discuss your legal issue in detail and help you resolve the matter in a timely, effective manner. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you.
- What is business law?
- What role does a lawyer play in a business?
- Do I need a lawyer to start a business?
- Should I hire a lawyer if someone files a lawsuit against my business?
- Why should I hire a business lawyer?
Business law is a specific area of our legal system that covers the formation and regulation of businesses. Business law can cover a wide range of topics, including corporate law, securities law, antitrust laws, bankruptcy laws, commercial law and intellectual property laws.
A business attorney makes sure your company complies with all applicable rules and regulations, both state and federal, governing businesses in the United States and abroad. Business transactions routinely require companies to file or submit various forms or legal documents. A lawyer will make sure those documents adhere to every legal requirement to protect your company’s rights.
Having a lawyer on your side when you’re starting a business will ensure that your company meets all the required state and federal laws governing the formation of a business. Forming a business can be a very complicated legal process. Make sure you do everything correct right from the start. Consult with an experienced business attorney with a strong track record of success.
Yes. Lawsuits filed against a business can be extremely complicated. A lawyer can protect your company’s best interests in the face of any legal challenge. Even if the lawsuit seems frivolous, make sure you take it seriously. Don’t do anything that could jeopardize your company. Contact an attorney.
Business law can be extremely complicated, and a thorny legal issue can cost you a lot in time and resources. A business lawyer can help your company cut through the confusion. Whether you own a small business or a large corporation, you can depend on a business lawyer to protect your company from any legal challenges and help you achieve your business goals.
Put your trust in business lawyers who put people first. Contact us today.
With so much at stake, it’s important to have someone on your side looking out for your best interests. At Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC, we are well-versed in state and federal business laws. We also have years of experience handling all types of business cases and can help you determine how best to proceed on a variety of issues.
There are many legal issues that need to be addressed when running a business, from trademarks, to legally structuring the business and creating contracts and non-disclosure agreements. Whether you’re buying or selling a business or dealing with a lawsuit by a current or former employee, it’s important you have a lawyer who can anticipate every possible twist or turn in your case and who knows how to react to these developments. The attorneys at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC possess these critical skills. That’s why we have such a well-earned reputation in the business community in Houston, Texas and throughout the country.
Don’t take chances with your company’s future. You have too much at risk. Take your legal concerns seriously right from the start. Contact us today. Call 713-209-2950 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment.