Business Planning and Representation
Legal issues impact every stage of a business’ lifecycle. Starting with initial business formation, the business planning lawyers at Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC can help you carefully plan how to make your business work for you. When forming your business, we can help you to decide whether to operate as a closely held business, limited liability company, partnership, corporation, or other business entity. When you start a business, you and your attorney will need to prepare and file a number of official documents to keep the operation up, running, and legal. These may include licenses, permits, branding, copyrights and trademarks, employee handbooks and policies, agreements, contracts, non-compete agreements, partnership agreements, trade secret matters, vendor agreements, and buy/sell transaction documents. Our business lawyers have the knowledge and experience to help your Georgia business get started on the right foot. Different kinds of businesses have different needs. At Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC, we customize and implement a business plan that mirrors your personal objectives. As resourceful and honest business planning lawyers, we will give you a true appraisal of where you stand and help you choose the business entity that fits your needs.
Carefully plan how to make your business work for you
The legal needs of a business rarely end after formation. Indeed, many start-ups and established businesses are faced with legal needs on a daily basis. The business attorneys at Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC have experience working with companies of all sizes and sectors in their everyday business needs. Our attorneys have represented their clients in the negotiation of commercial leases, contractual agreements, confidently and non-disclosure agreements in addition to successfully negotiating resolutions to pre-suit business disputes in an effort to avoid costly and time consuming litigation.