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When do you need corporate counsel?

On Behalf of | Dec 21, 2018 | Employment Litigation

Floridian business owners like you have a lot on your plate. You are making decisions constantly in order to keep your business progressing and prospering. The Law Offices of Levi Williams, P.A., can be here to act as support and explain when and where corporate counsel could potentially help you out.

In what may come as a surprise to some, corporate counsel is actually useful during all phases of a business. Naturally, it’s most often needed if disputes or other inflammatory issues arise. That’s usually what people think of when they consider legal options while running a business. But you can employ counsel during the start when you’re first launching, all the way through to the end if you decide to sell it, merge, or otherwise.

It’s also important to note that corporate counsel can be useful even if you don’t have any big events going on, too. They can coach you through new opportunities and help if there are any sudden negative developments, challenges, or hurdles to face. Counsel will help with things like employment law and litigation, as well as compliance with state and federal laws. It’s also good for contracts, including making them or dealing with any contract dispute that might come your way.

When looking into corporate law and adjacent legal areas, having an ally can make a world of difference. You can read more information on our webpage, which we’ve linked here, or you can contact us directly to discuss legal counsel in more detail.