SMALL BUSINESS REPRESENTATION
Small businesses often forego legal representation due to a lack of affordability. This decision can often be disastrous and cost hard-working business owners immensely. We, at Saeed & Little, routinely encounter small businesses mired in legal problems that could have been easily avoided by consulting with an experienced attorney for a few hundred dollars. Retaining legal counsel for your small business is not just an important decision but a necessary one. If you are concerned about affordability, our Attorneys will work closely with you to tailor a monthly retention plan to suit your business and financial needs.
WHERE WE FIT IN
If you are a small business owner you must invest in legal representation to create a sound platform to launch your operations and ensure future success. We can help you to prioritize your numerous legal needs and tailor an affordable retention plan to help fulfill them. We recommend that all small business owners should try to do the following:
- Formalize incorporation documents such as Operating Agreements and By-Laws.
- Comply with statutory requirements for their business entities.
- Enter into formal, written agreements with other stakeholders (Partnership Agreements, Investor Agreements, Employment Agreements, etc.)
- Review contracts related to operations before executing them (Lease Agreements, Service Provider Agreements, Purchase Agreements, Financing Agreements, etc.)
- Consult with attorneys to ensure that their organizational structure and practices will not deter future investors, business partners, or clients.
- Develop a risk-mitigation strategy and ensure compliance with data breach and privacy laws existing laws, including in the areas of: