Business / Corporate / Not-For-Profit Law
Starting a new business is always an exciting opportunity, which can have a major impact on your life. Growing your business or ensuring its operation is also an impactful venture. Whether you are creating a new business or nonprofit organization, or managing an existing one, chances are that you will need the help of a lawyer. If you have business law questions or a business dispute, contact the experienced attorneys at Broderick & Davenport, PLLC, located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Our goal is to protect your business interests and give you the practical legal advice you need.
Creating Your Business
Whether you are starting a small business or creating a large partnership, you can benefit from the assistance of an experienced business law attorney. Starting a business does require filing paperwork with a state agency. The specific documents required depend on the type and structure of your business. Beyond preparing sometimes complex paperwork, there are many other considerations to take into account when creating your new business. Are you going to need a partnership agreement? Will you need employment agreements, such as nondisclosure or noncompete covenants? Does your business require any bylaws or other operating agreements? Your attorney can help you answer these questions and draft the necessary documents for your new business to move forward.
Business Law And Disputes
It is almost inevitable that any business will face some dispute during its operation. Whether it is a contract dispute with a vendor or client, an employee matter, or an insurance claim, a dispute can cost you both time and money. So, it is important to hire a business lawyer who can handle your case efficiently while resolving the legal problem. In some cases, your dispute may even require litigation. Whether you initiate a lawsuit or find yourself defending the business in a claim, your attorney can represent your business throughout the litigation process. With the help of a skilled lawyer, you will be able to refocus on running your business.
Some common types of business dispute you might face are employment-related matters, such as:
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
- Wage and hour disputes
Employment law is a particularly complex legal area. Your rights and responsibilities as an employer may depend on your business structure and size. Both federal and state laws could apply to an employment dispute, and may also lead to litigation. With help from your lawyer, you can work through these employment issues.
In addition to business formation and disputes, the attorneys at Broderick & Davenport, PLLC, have experience assisting Kentucky businesses in the following areas:
- Automobile dealerships/franchises
- Equine law/Horse Protection Act
- Physicians’ groups
- Not-for-Profit entities
- Nursing homes
We are a full-service law firm dedicated to our clients. We understand how important your business is to you. When you hire our firm, you can rest assured that we will prioritize the needs of your business. If you are facing a dispute, our experienced litigators can work with you to handle such an issue. We are prepared to take your case to trial if necessary. Whether you need answers to a legal question, or help resolving a complex case, Broderick & Davenport, PLLC, can help. Contact us today for more information.