Whether you are a new entrepreneur trying to get your new small or mid-size business off the ground or an experienced business owner looking for ways to grow your business while protecting the assets and intangible property you have acquired, Sehgal Law PC can help you and your business move confidently into the future. We understand that, just like you, your business is unique. Therefore, Sehgal Law PC will take the time to understand your questions and concerns before developing an individualized plan to address questions and concerns in an expeditious and effective manner.
Frequently Asked Questions About California Business Law
What Sehgal Law PC Can Do for You
Business formation and start-up, including choosing an appropriate business entity for your new venture, registering your business with the California Secretary of State, and drafting articles of incorporation and corporate by-laws
Contract services, including contract review, contract negotiations, drafting of contracts, and assistance before and after a breach of a contract has occurred
Buy-sell agreements and other methods of protecting your business’ assets and operations in the event of the death or divorce of an owner or partner
Intellectual property, which includes registering trademarks, copyrights, patents and prosecuting infringements of your protected ideas and works
Employment law disputes, including compliance with state and federal employment laws, non-compete agreements, and other legal issues affecting the relationship between you and your employees
The legal issues facing California businesses in the twenty-first century are vast and complex. Sehgal Law PC is here to assist with effective and efficient legal services.
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When is the best time to hire a business law attorney?
I'm already knowledgeable about California law - do I still need a business law attorney?
Should a business attorney be a good negotiator or a good litigator?
Both! Negotiation skills can help reduce the likelihood that a dispute or disagreement will proceed to court, helping you save time and resources. When disputes are not able to be resolved through negotiation methods a skilled litigator can help you prevail in court quickly and with as minimal disruption to your business’s operations as possible.