Business Law

Business Law

Dhillon Law Group is a reputed, nationally recognized business law firm with offices in California, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Virginia. We provide the experience, skill, and long-term partnerships necessary to enable our clients to establish and grow their business — from formation through exit and every issue in between. We listen carefully to our clients’ goals, and our experienced business attorneys provide tailored counsel to achieve desired outcomes.

Nitoj P. Singh, explains the importance of seeing a corporate attorney or business lawyer early in the formation of your business.

Meet the Attorneys with the Capability to Support Your Business

The attorneys at Dhillon Law Group have a broad range of experience providing business clients with efficient solutions to many legal needs and responding as their business grows. Our business law and litigation attorneys regularly advise clients on a variety of legal issues affecting businesses. These include entity formation; contract drafting and interpretation; licensing and business strategy; IP protection; anticipating and minimizing liability; initial public offerings; employment/HR issues, and more.

Industry Experience

If your business has a legal need, our experienced business law attorneys have extensive experience in the manifold areas of business law.

We provide sophisticated legal counsel based on our many years of experience helping clients form, finance, and grow their companies. As a single-point firm, we can efficiently oversee a variety of legal services. This allows us to offer clients a streamlined approach to handling their legal needs.

The process of establishing a new company involves important decisions regarding corporate structure and management; taxation concerns; state and federal compliance issues; the drafting and implementation of operating agreements; and other considerations. Our business law attorneys can guide you through this complex and often overwhelming process to ensure that your business is structured in the best way to meet your objectives.

Once your business is up and running, we provide counsel and guidance concerning asset protection, risk mitigation, operational growth, regulatory compliance, corporate governance matters, and general business advice. We also advise on best practices in data collection and use, consumer privacy issues, taxation, employment practices, and a host of other issues. Dhillon Law Group serves as general counsel and corporate counsel to many of our smaller and mid-sized clients.

Many of our business clients come to us with business-to-business (B2B) disputes, including conflicts over services or deliverables, unfair competition, and breaches of complex and international commercial contracts. Our business law attorneys across the country are well-versed in  business law, analyzing these issues and recommending and implementing a targeted course of action aimed at efficiently achieving your goals. Our team routinely handles state and federal commercial litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation. Whether in or out of court, we will represent your company’s interests aggressively and competently, freeing you to focus on running your business.

We help achieve efficient and final resolutions of the conflicts that often arise among founding members of a new company. See our page on  dispute resolution for co-founder conflicts for more information.

Dhillon Law Group maintains a robust intellectual property (IP) practice that incorporates IP issues in traditional contexts as well as on the Internet. These include copyright, trademark, trade secret, and patent matters and Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) take-down notices. See our intellectual property litigation page for more information.

Most businesses face issues with payment and collections from vendors, clients, or partners. Our experienced business lawyers can advise you on the most effective steps to take to make sure that your invoices get paid without throwing good money after bad. From skillfully negotiating with opposing counsel to serving payment demand letters and ultimately filing lawsuits for amounts owed, we will vigorously represent your interests to ensure you recover what you are entitled to. We also advise on methods for collecting on a judgment and reducing the risk of non-payment for current and future transactions.

The term “gig economy” refers to the state of the modern market in which businesses and individual clients are increasingly hiring independent contractors and short-term workers for short-term projects. The gig economy has flourished in recent years, due in part to the popularity of the internet and apps or websites that open up new opportunities for gig-based work and enable the connection between independent contractors and those seeking their services.

The interplay between multiple actors inherent to the gig economy may lead to legal complexities, including employment classification issues and claims of negligence and vicarious liability. Such claims may arise between the gig economy actors themselves and can also involve third parties who claim to be affected by services rendered to such actors. Dhillon Law Group routinely provides legal advice and counsel on these complex issues, and helps its corporate clients maintain best practices to mitigate and limit risk while operating their gig economy businesses.

Our business law attorneys can help your business with its transactional needs, including drafting, negotiating, and reviewing commercial contracts, employment agreements, and commercial leases. We also help our clients with purchase, merger, sale, and financing transactions.

Starting and managing a business is exciting, challenging, and rewarding, but it also requires a great deal of legal knowledge. That’s where the expertise of our business lawyers in California, New York, New Jersey, and Florida can help you succeed. Below are some of the services we commonly provide for businesses:

  • Counsel clients on start-up and organizational matters, including entity selection, corporate formation, bylaws, operating agreements, executive and employee compensation, stock ownership/option plans, securities issues, and governance strategies.
  • Advise on joint ventures, strategic alliances, and other business relationships.
  • Advise entrepreneurs and emerging companies on developing financing and differentiation strategies.
  • Facilitate introductions to potential financing sources.
  • Structure equity ownership and compensation arrangements.
  • Develop IP portfolio strategies.
  • Counsel clients on the development, protection and enforcement of their trade secrets, patents, trademarks, and copyrights including partnering, technology licensing and acquisition opportunities.
  • Help companies address IT needs, including outsourcing and software development.
  • Advise clients on labor and employment issues.
  • Provide litigation and dispute resolution counseling and services, including proactive advice on minimizing the risk of litigation and using arbitration and mediation.
  • Strategic exit planning from private placements and mergers to acquisitions and IPOs.

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