Who is Business Startup Lawyer
Brian Elliott, an experienced business startup lawyer, has formed business entities all over the United States including Delaware and Nevada and has also assisted businesses in expanding and forming business entities around the world including Canada, Europe and China.
My experience forming these businesses has taught me that the seriousness taken in observing the corporate formalities is strongly correlated to the success of a venture, the avoidance of disputes between founders and the attractiveness of a business to outside investment, private equity and venture capital.
Our Business Startup Legal Services are comprehensive but are designed with the understanding that most new business startups are cash strapped. We strive to provide cost-effective legal guidance tailored to the specific needs of each entrepreneur. There is no one-size fits all business startup legal package. Some entrepreneurs just need a point in the right direction and someone to answer questions, while other first time entrepreneurs may need a full-service approach.
Business Startup Lawyer Services
Business Startup Legal Services are more than just forming an LLC in your State, but will include everything your growing business needs to:
- comply with regulations,
- raise investor money,
- hire employees,
- protect your assets,
- market your products,
- and grow your business with confidence.
We provide entrepreneurs with unique program that permits you to contact a startup business lawyer at any time to answer any question, no matter how small, for your business. We become your partner in your success and seek to accelerate your growth, help your avoid costly problems and steer clear of regulatory and legal pitfalls.
What will a Business Startup Lawyer do for you
Business Startup Services can be conducted as a single flat fee or can be conducted in phases according to the budget constraints of the startup and can include:
- choice of entity counselling,
- name availability,
- trademark clearance,
- corporate formation,
- corporate books and records including shareholder ledgers,
- stock certificates,
- meeting minutes and resolutions,
- banking authorization,
- founder’s agreements,
- shareholder agreements,
- investor agreements,
- by-laws and operating agreements,
- state and local business licenses,
- non-compete agreements,
- intellectual property assignments,
- initial employment agreements, and
- hours of advice to the business founders.
If you are thinking of starting or purchasing a business contact Brian Elliott, Attorney at Law, a Business Startup Lawyer with years of experience.