Experienced Michigan Attorney Provides Valuable Advice And Support To Businesses
Skillful Ann Arbor lawyer Handles Various Business Law Matters
R.D. Brown, PLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan handles a wide range of business law matters. We are known throughout the state for our skillful consulting, development, negotiation and dispute resolution work for individuals, small to mid-market entities, non-profits, and the military. Whether you are just starting out, are involved in a business dispute or are expanding, we can help your business in a variety of matters at every stage.
Innovative Attorney Represents Clients In Commercial And Civil Litigation Matters
Our firm handles all kinds of complex commercial and civil litigation matters, including disputes relating to intellectual property and trade secrets, corporate compliance, and antitrust claims. We frequently handle breach of contract cases involving:
- Supplier agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Management services or commercial agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Operating agreements
The remedy for a breach of contract case may be monetary, in which case we will determine the financial damage caused by the breach, or it may require the offending party to perform as per the contract. Our firm can evaluate the terms and conditions of the contract in question to clarify each party’s rights under the agreement and build a compelling case on your behalf.
Knowledgeable Counselor Assists With Entity Formation
If you are considering forming a business entity, a seasoned business law attorney can help you decide which type is best for your needs, whether it be a sole proprietorship, LLC, partnership, or C or S corporation. We can help you choose based on such factors as the number of owners, protection against liability and tax savings, as well as help you file the documents needed to establish the entity.
Astute Negotiator Assists Businesses With Buy And Sell Agreements And Other Contracts
R.D. Brown, PLC assists clients with developing, reviewing, and negotiating the terms of a wide range of contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, intellectual property licenses, supply agreements, consulting agreements and employee offer letters. If you’re forming a business with a co-owner, one of the most important contracts to have in place is a buy and sell agreement. This binding contract accounts for the sale of business interests in the event of the loss of one partner for any reason, including incapacitation, death or retirement. Business partners may be interested in working together, but perhaps not with family members or other individuals in the event of such a contingency.
Contact An Accomplished Michigan Business Lawyer Today
At R.D. Brown, PLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan, we handle a range of business law matters, including disputes, contracts, formation and litigation. Call us today at (734) 315-4497 or contact us online to set up an appointment.
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