Business Law

Business Law

McCAIG LAW OFFICES has the experience and expertise to provide timely, efficient and cost-effective responses to your Business Law needs. Additionally, any issues, questions or concerns you may have in the areas of Family Law, Domestic Relations, Employment Law, Real Estate Law and Entertainment Law may intersect with the broad heading of Business Law.

MLO has extensive experience in Business Law –ranging from simple Contracts to complex Business Litigation. Rose Ellen McCaig provides services and resources to established businesses as well as entrepreneurs. She offers the same level of interest and commitment to new Sole Proprietorships as to large, established companies. Rose Ellen can act as counsel for a variety of Business Entities, including Corporations of all sizes, Limited Liability Companies and Partnerships, Joint Ventures, General and Limited Partnerships, and Sole Proprietorships.

MLO provides a wide array of services that span the business cycle. MLO also offers Flat-Fee Business Attorney plans –so you know your company is always protected. If your needs extend to financing and debt restructuring, intellectual property and trademarks or mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations, MLO shares resources with established Corporate Law Attorneys and Accountants with whom MLO has long- standing relationships.

  • Consultation
  • Business Litigation
  • Arbitration Proceedings
  • Mediation + Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Trials
  • Structure and Formation of Business Entities
  • Start-Ups
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Licensing Agreements
  • Employee/Employer Relations
  • Employment Disputes,
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Contract Review Drafting
  • Entertainment Law
  • Proactive Business Advice
  • Searching for and Negotiating a Lease for Commercial Property
  • Need a Company Business Attorney: MLO Flat-Rate Plans

And if You Are:

  • Facing a Business Lawsuit
  • Need to File a Business Lawsuit
  • Facing an Arbitration Proceeding
  • Need to File an Arbitration Proceeding
  • Getting Married or Ending a Marriage
  • Adopting a Child
  • Living Together + Starting a Business or Dissolving One
  • Buying + Selling a Home
  • Negotiating a Lease

Or if You:

  • Have a Business Related Contempt Issue
  • Need to Modify your Divorce Agreement
  • Have an Ex-Spouse Alleging Reduced Income

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