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General Business Law
We can help with the legal aspects of running a business. Whether you need a contract drafted for a vendor or customer, or want to analyze a document regarding a potential business dispute, we can advise you with respect to the transaction. An agreement between two parties forms the backbone of the relationship, and sets out rules for how activities will proceed or end. We can assist you with drafting the appropriate legal language in your contract, and negotiating with the other side to make sure the provisions of the contract protect you and accurately represent your understanding of the situation. Our Denver law firm has expertise in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts, agreements, and legal documents.
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Contracts, Agreements, and Legal Documents
An agreement between two parties forms the backbone of the relationship, and sets out rules for how activities will proceed or end. We can assist you with drafting the appropriate legal language in your contract, and negotiating with the other side to make sure the provisions of the contract protect you and accurately represent your understanding of the situation.
Mergers & Acquisitions | Selling A Business | Buying A Business
We can help with the legal aspects of buying or selling a business. Our services include conducting due diligence, drafting/ reviewing stock or asset purchase agreements, including intellectual property representations and warranties, and evaluating contracts regarding equipment and property.
If you manufacture or sell a product for human consumption, we can help you comply with Food & Drug Administration (FDA) regulations regarding advertising and labeling your food item or nutritional supplement. If you advertise or market any product or service to consumers, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) guidelines will determine how you can communicate to consumers. We can help you navigate through these regulations.
Choosing the right attorney
How do you know if someone is a good fit?
Selecting an attorney is an important step in protecting your business or intellectual property. You should do your “due diligence” before signing an engagement letter. Check with the state Bar Association to make sure the lawyer is admitted and in good standing. Try to meet in person and get a sense of whether your communication styles are similar. Does the lawyer take the time to listen to and answer your questions and concerns? Or is he or she brusque, just viewing you as a segment on her timesheet that will add up to another billable hour? Consider whether you really want to be relegated to communicating with your attorney through his or her secretary. If you need a lot of explanations and guidance, it might make sense to engage your lawyer on a fixed-fee basis for a project so you are not billed each time you call or email with a question.
What steps are taken to ensure there are no conflicts with other clients?
How often will you be billed?
What is the hourly rate?
Does he or she have experience representing clients in similar matters, or do you get the sense that he or she is bright enough to research a new legal issue or area of law for you?
Most importantly, do you feel comfortable that this person will appropriately represent you and maintain all communications in confidence in accordance with the Rules of Professional Conduct?
Please consider these questions carefully before hiring an attorney.
Get In Touch
For more information on business agreements and documents, trademark registration, or copyright registration, get in touch!
Located in the Cherry Creek/Country Club area, we have business clients across the Denver metro area, including Aurora, Englewood, Centennial, Lakewood, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Littleton, Thornton, Broomfield, downtown Denver, and LoDo. We have the ability to meet virtually and help trademark clients throughout the United States.