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Business Law FAQ

Business owners regularly face a variety of legal concerns and questions, and it is common to wonder whether you need to contact a business lawyer in Pleasanton. The following are a few of the frequently asked questions we hear. To discuss a specific situation, please call our firm directly.

When can a business attorney help?

A skilled business lawyer can help a company at every stage – from formation to dissolution. Even if your enterprise is only an idea in your head, it can be extremely beneficial to discuss your options with a business law firm. Our attorneys regularly help with the following and more:

  • Business startup and entity formation
  • Franchise purchases
  • Hiring employees
  • Ensuring compliance
  • Asset and stock sales
  • Business-related legal disputes
  • Dissolution

Whether your business has not yet launched or you have been in operation for decades, we can assist with a variety of legal matters.

Should I have a business lawyer review my contracts?

Businesses enter into many types of contracts – sometimes, on a daily basis. Each contract has the potential to result in unnecessary losses and liability for your company if it contains unfavorable provisions or is not properly drafted or negotiated. A lawyer can help with many types of contracts, such as:

  • Partnership and ownership agreements
  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Vendor agreements
  • Licensing agreements

Does my company need IP protections?

It is always important to discuss intellectual property protections with an experienced business lawyer. We can help with copyrights, trademarks, tradenames, trade secrets, non-disclosure agreements, and more to ensure that no one misappropriates your IP, which can result in serious losses.

Speak With a Business Lawyer in Pleasanton Today

The above is only a brief overview of the matters our Pleasanton business attorneys handle at Randick O’Dea & Tooliatos, LLP. Call 925.460.3700 or contact us online to learn how we can assist your specific company.