McLane & McLane works with small business from their formation, hiring employees, conducting business and litigation, to mergers and even dissolving the business if necessary.
Forming a business can be complicated. McLane & McLane has helped numerous individuals in this process. From deciding what business entity to form, to preparing operating agreements, our attorneys can help guide you through forming and protecting your business so that you can focus on doing what you love and establishing a profitable business.
A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties. The core of most contracts is a set of mutual promises based on, in legal terminology, “consideration”. The promises made by the parties define the rights and obligations of the parties. Contracts are enforceable in court. If one party meets its contractual obligations and the other party doesn’t (“breaches”), the non-breaching party is entitled to relief.
McLane & McLane represents both businesses and consumers in disputes that arise from conducting business. This can range from consumer protection disputes, contract disputes, employment disputes and even injuries that happen on business premises or as the result of doing business.
Many businesses merge, sell their assets or even dissolve their business completely. Our attorneys can assist with the complicated situations that require legal assistance.
If our practice areas do not address your particular needs, we have a network of trusted attorneys that we feel comfortable sending clients to. Please be sure to call our office and speak to one of our attorneys so that we can refer you to the right professional.