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What does a business attorney do?

A business attorney is a professional who provides legal services to businesses. This can include advice on business formation, business contracts, business disputes, real estate lease review, and many other business matters, including representing businesses in court proceedings.

  • Starting a Business: A business attorney can help you get your business off the ground by helping you choose the correct business entity and drafting your formation documents. They can also assist with business licenses, permits, and business tax matters.

  • Business Contracts: A business attorney can help you draft contracts for your business, such as employment contracts, vendor contracts, and leases. They can also review contracts you are considering entering into to ensure they are fair and protect your interests.

  • Business Disputes: If your business is involved in a dispute, a business attorney can represent you in court proceedings and negotiate on your behalf. They can also help resolve disputes through mediation or arbitration.

  • Real Estate Lease Review: If you are leasing commercial real estate, a business attorney can review your lease agreement to ensure that it is fair and protects your interests.

No matter your business's stage, a business attorney can provide valuable legal assistance.

Published: Oct 12, 2022

Updated: Oct 12, 2022

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