BUSINESS LAW FOR BUSINESS
Attorneys of Macklegal PLLC offer a wide range of legal services tailored to online businesses including:
If you are a small business owner, you need legal guidance to protect your business just as much as larger companies. Your success depends on both reducing potential risks and responding effectively if problems do arise. Our experienced small business attorneys provide both practical and technical advice to keep your business well-prepared and on track for growth.
One of the unique things about business interaction is the importance and prevalence of contractual agreements between commercial entities. A business-to-business commerce agreement, or simply a business agreement, is what this is called.
With decades of experience drafting agreements on many subjects and fields, we’re confident we can prepare an agreement for your needs. Contact us to find how we can assist you, whether it’s a partnership, shareholder, operating, vendor agreement, or any other business contract type.
A Non-Disclosure Agreement is a legal contract or part of a contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, expertise, or information that the parties want to share for specific reasons but wish to keep access restricted. To put it plainly, we shield your restrictive data from being stolen/utilized by others.
A licensing agreement is a legally binding agreement between the licensor (who owns a good or right) and the licensee. The licensor typically grants the licensee the right to produce and sell goods, use a brand name or trademark, or use patented technology owned by the licensor.
To establish a brand, you must create a work product. An IP assignment agreement refers to a contract that allows the creator of a work product to transfer intellectual property rights to another entity. This can either be an individual or a company. In either case, our business law department works with both in the same capacity.
Contract Drafting & Reviewing
The act of writing down the terms and conditions of an agreement is what’s known as contract drafting. Before the official contract is finalized, the parties to a contract may go through several drafts and negotiation sessions. Contract drafting aims to create a legally binding document that is clear, concise, and as close to the parties’ intentions as possible. Almost every legal interaction begins with the drafting of a contract. The contract’s terms are to be included once fulfilled.
On the other hand, contract review refers to when a party to a contract hires an attorney to review the terms and conditions of their contract. It is strongly advised that an attorney conduct this review before a party signs the contract. When there’s a legal dispute regarding the contract, an attorney should also be consulted to review it. An attorney is already familiar with the contract review process and will know what to look for.
All attorneys can negotiate a contract. However, since the majority of our customers are businesses, we have a unique perspective. If a contract breach occurs, you may have the right to collect damages. We’re here to assist you.
Employment law deals with a broad range of issues, such as workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, and severance agreements, among others. Our business law firm can also assist you with a claim based on race, age, ethnicity, physical/mental disability, sex, veteran status, citizenship, religion, or wage & hour issues.
As your business grows, you’ll need to hire more staff, which means having to deal with employment issues.
Sale of Business
The purchase or sale of a business is a significant transaction that involves a variety of financial and legal issues. Buyers need to do their due diligence and determine whether the purchase is the right decision, while sellers must figure out what they want to sell (assets or stock) and under which terms. Both sides need strong representation to guide them through the process, negotiate the transaction and handle the legal documents required to finalize the deal.