Helping Business

We can help proactively protect your California business so you can focus on business operations instead of case law. Our firm helps businesses with all aspects of business management, including:

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For major business law transactions, it is critical to work closely with an attorney.

Our firm represents businesses in many transactions, including:

Creating or changing a business structure:

When starting a business, it’s important to choose the type of entity that best matches your goals. There are a variety of entities to choose from, including Limited Liability Companies (LLC), partnerships, sole proprietorships, and corporations, each with advantages and disadvantages. Our attorneys can help you choose the appropriate entity for your organization in accordance with California law. We will prepare your organizational documents, including articles of incorporation, bylaws, and operating agreements, as well as provide ongoing legal advice as your business grows and your needs change.

Managing a business:

For existing businesses, we help with mergers conversions, adding or removing officers, directors and investors, and other changes to the corporate structure.

Drafting contracts:

Our attorney drafts, reviews and advises companies on different types of contracts.

The sale or purchase of a business:

Selling or purchasing an existing business is a complex transaction, potentially involving real estate transactions and entitlements, business licenses, reseller permits, and state, local and federal government authorities, as well as other issues. We can develop an effective strategy that meets your needs.

Professional licensure issues:

Professional licenses are a necessary part of doing business in certain industries. Our attorney is familiar with the licensing boards in California and can help you comply with the applicable regulations to get and maintain the license you need.


While businesses can take effective measures to minimize the likelihood of litigation, disputes can arise at any point. Our law firm approaches contract disputes by looking at alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options such as mediation or arbitration. ADR frequently helps clients get positive results without spending substantial legal fees in litigation.

In addition, we handle employment-related transactions and employment litigation for businesses. With our level of experience and skill, we are the only law firm many of our clients will ever need.

Business Contracts

Every time a company enters into a contract, it is undertaking many obligations. We can help you create a contract that helps you get what you bargained for while keeping you out of the courtroom. By minimizing the risk of liability and litigation, your company can save time and money.


Every company is different. Ideally, your contract will reflect your company’s way of doing business, its tolerance for risk and other unique factors. In addition, each contract should reflect, in clear language, each party’s rights and responsibilities. While our law firm creates all kinds of complex legal agreements, at its core, our approach is simple. We work closely with our clients to comprehensively understand their needs. We then create documents that are tailored to those needs.

Our law firm drafts and reviews a broad spectrum of business contracts, including:
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Service provider agreements
  • Buy/sell of business or business assets agreements
  • Commercial leases
  • Nondisclosure agreements
  • Shareholders’ agreements
  • Partnership and joint ventures agreements
  • Technology licenses
  • Website disclaimers and terms of use agreements


One of the primary ways a lawyer can add value in a transaction is by planning for all types of contingencies. Having resolved many contract disputes as well as having drafted and reviewed many contracts, we can anticipate the full range of possible issues and create contractual language that accounts for these issues. We can draft the customized terms of your agreement, arbitration or mediation clauses, attorneys’ fee clauses, and other clauses as necessary to protect and enforce your interests should a dispute arise. Every step we take in your transaction will be geared toward accomplishing your businesses’ objectives at a minimal cost.

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