Orlando Business and Commercial Law Attorney
Orange County Business Disputes Lawyer
All businesses, whether they are at the formation stage or they have been around for many years, need to protect their legal rights and have effective legal counsel on their side. At the Shams Law Firm, P.A., we are experienced business lawyers.
Our Business and Commercial Law Practice
We work with businesses and business owners, focusing our efforts on helping you minimize the risk of litigation or legal disputes. We handle a wide range of business law matters, including:
- The organization or legal structure of your business — We will help you determine the most effective legal form for your business, whether a partnership, corporation, joint venture, or limited liability company, or other type of structure. We will prepare and file all the necessary regulations documents to set your company up in compliance with Florida laws and IRS.
- The review and preparation of business contracts — We will help you put effective agreements in place that fully protect your interests, including vendor and customer agreements, employment contracts, non compete or confidentiality agreements and asset purchase contracts, leases, contractor agreements, and joint ventures. We also handle contract negotiations.
- Acquisitions — We will help you evaluate all aspects related to the purchase of another commercial entity, from tax concerns to financing to the transfer of assets or sale of stock.
- Employment concerns — We focus our employment counsel on the needs of businesses and business owners, assisting you with compliance with employment laws, as well as negotiation and preparation of employment contracts.
- Business operation
Most of the businesses we work with are small-to-mid-sized organizations. We also work regularly with companies with international business relationships, including foreign companies looking to do business in Florida.
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