Alameda County Business Attorney
Our Alameda County business lawyers counsel business clients on appropriate procedures for raising capital, dealing with employees, compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements, preservation of intellectual property rights and the negotiation and performance of commercial transactions. For business startups, we advise clients on appropriate entity selection and domicile (California or elsewhere) and help to resolve and document issues and agreements among owners.
Throughout the course of our representation, our Alameda County business attorneys ensure that our clients are informed, and invite them to be active participants in the resolution of their legal matters.
Business Attorney Alameda County CA
Our Alameda County business attorneys counsel and represent individuals and entities in the areas of franchising, succession planning and mergers and acquisitions and in the transfer of business interests to family members, other owners and third parties. Our Alameda County business lawyers also represent financial institutions and advise them in all aspects of regulatory compliance.
Alameda County Business Lawyer
At Brothers Smith LLP, our goal is to successfully resolve the issues facing our clients as efficiently as possible. Our Alameda County business attorneys approach each matter from the client’s perspective, always mindful that what businesses and individuals want are prompt and pragmatic solutions, without sacrificing quality or attention to detail. We recognize that a lawsuit can be an expensive, time-consuming distraction from your life and business. Thus, we strive to achieve successful outcomes for our clients without sacrifice to our commitment to the highest standards.
Whether your needs involve determining the appropriate entity selection for a new business, require assistance with a company merger, or for help with regulatory compliance, our Alameda County new business lawyers can help. Call us today to learn how we can help you.
Our Alameda County business lawyers have experience advising clients on startup business ventures involving:
- Business Contracts
- Business Entity Selection
- Business Formation
- Business Governance
- Commercial Transactions
- Creditors' Rights
- Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Employment Matters
- Insurance Brokers and Agencies
- Intellectual Property Transactions
- Landlord Tenant Matters
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Not-For-Profit Entities
- Real Property Matters
- Regulatory Compliance
- Succession Planning