Business Law

Business Law

Entrepreneurship is the bedrock of our free entrprise system. According to the United States Small Business Association, small businesses, which is defined as businesses that earn revenues of 5M or less per year, represent 99.7% of all employer firms. Furthermore, they employ just about half of American workers and pay about 44% of all payroll. Whether you are starting a business venture or need business law advice in an existing business, the legal professionals at The Gibson Law Firm can assist you.
 
Your business needs predictability in outcomes and a well drafted contract, agreement, letter of intent, or memorandum can provide that predictability. A well drafted agreement also decreases the likelihood of a breach because all parties understand their legal obligations in entering the transaction and understand the repercussions if the agreement is violated. Contact us if you need legal advice in your business in the following areas:

• Formation of Corporation
• Limited Liability Companies
• Partnerships
• Joint-Venture Agreements
• Non-Profit Organizations
• Asset-Purchase Agreements
• Partnership Agreements
• Stock Issuance
• Contract Negotiation
• Business Law Litigation