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Don’t just secure the bag. Secure your business!

Whether you’ve already started your business or the pieces are just starting to come together, you’re here because you know you’ve got something good. And we’re talking “hide your snacks so you don’t have to share them with your partner” kinda good. 

But as bomb as your business idea may be, securing protection for your business from the start is one of the smartest decisions you can make. So good job showing up here! 

Mama didn’t raise no fool.

WHY BUSINESS LAW?

It’s time to guard your business the way you guard your coins. 

Business law may feel like it comes with a bunch of terms Uncle Sam throws your way to slow you down. But when you run into problems in your business—whether with customers, other companies, or Uncle Sam himself—you’ll quickly understand that business law isn’t your enemy. It’s your business’s best friend. 

While business law can differ by state, in general, its sole purpose is to set legal guidelines for businesses of all sizes. Guidelines can help you and other companies resolve disputes while protecting your rights from people who want to steal your ideas, customers who can’t be satisfied no matter how hard you try, and mistakes you may not even realize you’re making. 

The scope of business law can range from business formation and contract creation to intellectual property defense or business litigation. It’s essentially any legal document or representation of your business that solidifies and protects who you are, what you provide, and how you do it. Can it feel overwhelming? Yeah. But not if you’re with us. 

As your experts in business law, we ensure that your business has the security it needs so you can confidently grow all the seeds you’ve planted—and watch them sprout. 
 

SECURE YOUR BUSINESS

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By leveraging our 12+ years in business operations and defense litigation skills, we’re ready to support you in establishing proper foundations. You’ll be set up to fend off problems like idea thieves while representing and guiding you through even the deepest of waters. (Like lawsuits brought by that customer you spent months trying to satisfy.)

We can support you in drafting business agreements, registering intellectual property, or representing you in a court of law. Basically, all the Uncle Sam-type things that make your head hurt when it comes to your business—we’ve got you covered. 

To get started, book a call so we can better understand your needs.

This is how we do it.

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frequently asked questions

BUSINESS LAW

What is business law? 

Are there different types of business law? 

How can business law protect my business? 

What business documents do I need when starting a business?

What terms should be in my business contract?

Think of business law as someone solely meant to help your business thrive by keeping other companies and customers in their lane! 

When businesses want to get shady with you (like stealing your ideas or spreading false information), business law is what puts them in check. Or when customers are disputing things with no cause, business law is what kindly tells them to take a seat.  

With set guidelines, rights, and standards for running a business, Business Law is a body of law that allows you to protect your ideas, market your products and make your profits without worrying that the rug may be pulled out from under you.

What is business law? 

Are there different types of business law? 

How can business law protect my business? 

What business documents do I need when starting a business?

What terms should be in my business contract?

Absolutely! You’ve got way too much going on in your business to have only one form of business law.

Different types of business law may include intellectual property law, employment law, tax law, contract law, and even bankruptcy law. 

Not all may apply right now. But because you’re on the up and up, it’s always good to keep these in mind. 

What is business law? 

Are there different types of business law? 

How can business law protect my business? 

What business documents do I need when starting a business?

What terms should be in my business contract?

Let us put it this way: worrying about finding clients and securing the bag ain’t your only job as a business owner or independent contractor. It’s also about protecting your business from yourself (if you mistakenly do something), idea thieves, and weak contracts that could leave you hanging out to dry—just to name a few. 

So when starting an LLC or business, learning how to run a business, or even when planning on selling your business, utilizing business law to your advantage will ensure that you’re not fixing mistakes later on. Or worse, starting over from scratch. 

By knowing terms and conditions to include in written agreements or specific ways to operate, you’ll know that your success is secure and sustainable. 

What is business law? 

Are there different types of business law? 

How can business law protect my business? 

What business documents do I need when starting a business?

What terms should be in my business contract?

The easier question might be, what don’t you need? However, because there are varying aspects of business law AND your business, the documents you need to protect your business can differ. 

Agreements and documents could include intellectual property agreements, employment agreements, non-disclosure agreements, or even warranties and bills of sale. But again, these are just examples. We could easily go through 5 bags of Lay’s potato chips and the entire Lauryn Hill album just talking about the different types of docs for your business. 

This is why it’s always a great idea to speak with business law professionals that can steer you in the right direction. We never want you paying for things you don’t need. 

What is business law? 

Are there different types of business law? 

How can business law protect my business? 

What business documents do I need when starting a business?

What terms should be in my business contract?

While terms and conditions are highly dependent on the type of contract, ideally, you want things in your contract that you THINK you need and things you don’t think you’d ever need. Easy, right? 

For example, if you’re providing a service, you’ll want to include the basics, such as the names of the parties involved, payment terms, and contract expiration dates. However, you may also want to include things such as a binding agreement, policies for breach of contract, terms of the contract, and much more. 

Again, to know what elements of a contract best suit the needs of your business, we highly recommend that you consult with a business law professional to ensure your business has the protection it needs.  

Just like Jake from State Farm, you want your contract to be there when you need it most.