Business Litigation & Advice
- Business Planning
- Defense of Employment Claims
- Business Litigation
- Corporations, Partnerships, and Limited Liability Companies
- Account Collection
- Trade and Service Marks
- Bankruptcy and Reorganization (Debtor and Creditor)
- Insurance Litigation
Starting, Buying Or Selling a Business?
If you are considering entering into business, you should consult an attorney. Starting a business can be a complicated and stressful process. Here at LCW, we represent businesses that range from sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies to corporations, both for and not for profit. We have the experience and expertise to get you on the right track. We can assist you in choosing the type of business entity best suited for your needs and then provide the guidance and assistance you require to get your plans off the ground. Once your business is up and running, LCW is there to counsel you along the way with advice on financing, purchase and sale of business interests and assets, contract negotiations and labor-management relations. Furthermore, LCW can assist you in the purchase or sale of a business. We have expertise in the areas of commercial lending, municipal financing and permitting. Whether you are starting a new business or purchasing or selling an established one, LCW is here to help you every step of the way. Please contact Jack W. Conway for your business or real estate needs.
Entering into a Business Contract?
Not all contracts have to be in writing to be enforceable, but, putting the agreement in writing is helpful in ensuring that the parties are on the same page before the deal begins. It also serves as evidence should a dispute arise, leaving less room for “he said, she said” arguments about the nature of the deal. As Attorney Sonia Buck likes to say: “I have never had to litigate a contract that I drafted.” This could be because Sonia’s drafting skills are so top-notch that her contracts are crystal clear and iron clad. Or, it could be that the process of the parties to a business contract sitting down beforehand and working together to put the agreed-upon terms in writing can go along way toward a peaceful and professional transaction.