Have you ever forgotten the details of a verbal contract you made with a supplier?
Have you entered into an equipment acquisition and not read the fine print on the lease agreement?
Have you had a major insurance claim that wasn't covered in the policy that you never read?
What can you do if an employee opens up down the street using your ideas, customer list, or proprietary information?
Should you become a corporation? Why or why not? Which kind?
The world of business is filled with legal issues. Many business owners are sophisticated and successful individuals but have not had a reason to have a background in business law until something goes wrong. As a result, we see those owners coming to our office after the fact, trying to recover from circumstances that could have been avoided with better proactive legal advice.
Whether you are setting up a new business, entering into a contract, considering a sale or merger, or faced with legal action, The Law Offices of Eric A. Kay P.A. can provide you with the kind of experienced advice that you need. Our areas of concentration include:
- Business Law
- Business Formation
- Corporate Formation (LLC, LLP, etc.)
- Business Litigation
- Buying and Selling a Business
- Transfer / Dissolution of a Business
- Employment Agreements
- Non-Compete and Non-Circumvent Agreements
- Breach of Contract Claims
- Private Placement Memorandums
- Corporate Law
- Legal Compliance
- Document drafting and preparation
- Review of Leases for Real Property
Call us before you sign an agreement. Let us help you draft your employment agreements, purchase order forms, and other standard documents for use in your business.
Call us for help with your business dispute, whether you are the aggrieved party or you are under the threat of a potential lawsuit. Sometimes difficult issues can be handled in a simple manner if addressed early enough. Even in the most complex of cases, the earlier we are involved, the better.
Call us when you are making any major change, such as buying, selling, merging, moving, or changing your business in any way. The time spent now to get the legal aspects done correctly will often pay big dividends later.