Business & Commercial Law
Your legal team will be there for you through any business transition. As things grow and change, your team will review and modify policies and procedures, negotiate contracts, evaluate corporate structure, bylaws or operating agreements to help you navigate the ever-changing landscape of your business.
Navigate Law Group is experienced in guiding local businesses through the early start-up days, through growth and change or selling your business. You can rest easy knowing your legal team is on top of your business legal matters so you can focus on doing what you do best – running your business.
We help clients in the following areas:
- Determine what type of business is right for you (LLC, corporation, etc)
- Registration with Secretary of State
- Obtaining employer identification number from the IRS
- Drafting company organizational documents like operating agreements or bylaws
- Draft or negotiate commercial lease agreements
- Draft or negotiate business-to-business contracts and other general business documents or licensing needs
- Employment disputes
Keep going full speed ahead without legal questions bogging you down.
employment agreements and disputes
No business owner wants to have an employment dispute, but if you do, feel confident knowing your legal team has you protected. Having seen both sides of employment litigation, our team is well equipped to respond to employee complaints and lawsuits to achieve efficient, equitable resolutions. We take a proactive approach to prevent such disputes from ever arising through the development of strong company employment policies and procedures.
company purchases and sales
Your legal team will ensure your compliance by identifying which regulators apply to your business, satisfying application or licensing requirements, responding to notices of infractions, representing your business before administrative bodies, and ongoing business advice to avoid or mitigate unnecessary regulatory compliance problems before they even arise.
Our Business Attorneys
Colin F. McHugh
Employment Law | Business Law | Civil Litigation | Construction Law
Trevor J. Cartales
Business Law | Alcohol Law | Cannabis Law | Estate Planning | Consumer Protection | Civil Litigation | Real Estate & Land Use |Construction Law
Philip A. Rush
Civil Litigation | Business Law | Real Estate
James C. Howe
Estate Planning | Estate & Trust Administration | Business Law | Real Estate
Scott A. Kamin
Tax Law | Business Law | Estate Planning | Real Estate
of businesses in the US are sole proprietorships
of US businesses have fewer than 500 employees