Woodland Hills Business Lawyer
Helping You Create and Continue Your Business
Running a business is exciting, but the process can be filled with legal landmines. Whether you’re just getting started or dealing with a dispute, Frish Law Group, APLC is here for you. Our Woodland Hills business attorneys can help you adhere to all relevant laws and use the law to help protect your rights in disputes. We are familiar with many different industries and think outside the box. No matter what you are dealing with, we are ready to help.
Call us at (818) 477-1905 to get started today.
What Is Business Law?
Business law is a type of civil litigation and a combination of multiple different legal fields, including tax law, employment law, intellectual property, sales, real estate litigation, and others. Business lawyers help with the creation of a business and any issues that come from a business interacting with other companies, consumers, and even the government.
Before opening your business, you must comply with several state and federal laws, and you should draft up legal documents to protect your best interests. While your business is operating, you may also run into complex transactions and/or disagreements with business partners or employees.
Many business owners retain attorneys to help them stay compliant with the laws that affect them and avoid disputes, but others just need someone to call when and if something goes wrong.
Our Woodland Hills business lawyers can find solutions to all your legal needs.
Types of Cases We Handle
We dedicate most of our practice to helping businesses resolve internal disagreements or disputes between businesses and other parties.
Legal issues arise in every industry, so we can help you resolve disputes and disagreements. If one party has breached a contract, stolen your intellectual property, or otherwise caused you financial damage, we will help you recover every last cent.
Make the Most of Your Consultation
Every case is different, so when you meet with our Woodland Hills business litigation attorneys, you should know what questions to ask. Before coming to the office, decide on your goals then ask about your specific legal problem and work with us to brainstorm solutions. You should also use the opportunity to get to know us. Find out if we have handled claims in your industry and ask about cases that might be similar to yours.
Our firm handles cases with creativity, and we put over a decade of legal experience on your side. From the moment you reach out, we will be in constant communication and keep you updated on your contract, case, or compliance issue.