Legal advice is business management of third-party legal matters including the collection of third-party claims or claims assigned for the purpose of collection. It is a form of legal service. In this case, the provider advises natural or legal persons in legal matters on a very specific issue and examines this individual case from a legal perspective.
Small business legal advice
Small entrepreneurs must effectively manage the legal aspects of business management. Company founders consult legal experts to ensure the successful completion of business registers and other regulations. Established organizations often face legal issues that require knowledge of small claims or arbitration. Regardless of whether a company is just starting out or has been doing business for many years, basic legal advice is a necessity in today's small business.
The small business administration recommends business owners to choose the ownership structure for their business. Ownership structures legally establish the business as an official company. Joint structures such as partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations provide legal protection to entrepreneurs. The respective business structure offers not only certain tax advantages but also personal protection of the business owner from legal claims or liability claims by clients or other persons.
Consumers complain about small businesses every day. Some complaints are legitimate, while others are unjustified claims against business owners seeking compensation. Small business owners can protect themselves from potentially damaging lawsuits by understanding the various legal aspects of their industry and adopting strategies to mitigate potential liability claims before they become a problem.
Small businesses must actively comply with labor laws and fair employment practices when they have employees. Small businesses are required to familiarize themselves with current labor laws to avoid penalties and possible claims from employees. It provides business owners with compliance tools that they can use to ensure compliance with laws affecting the business.
Small businesses are subject to different rules at the local and international levels. In addition, small business owners must consider how their business practices affect clients, employees, and others in their community. Entrepreneurs should seek legal advice or at least be familiar with legal issues that may have a serious impact on the success of their business.
Corporate legal advice
A corporation is a legal entity that exists to do business and is separated from the people who create it. Corporate law is the set of rules, regulations, laws and enforcement practices that govern the establishment and operation of corporations. In addition, it regulates the activities of legal persons and allows them to exist and conduct business.
Lawyers specializing in corporate law are familiar with the rights and duties of all persons involved in the creation, ownership, operation, and management of a corporation.
Understanding of various aspects of corporate law
There are no two identical businesses or company operations. The differences depend on several factors, including the industry, whether the transaction covers one or more markets and the size of the organization involved.
Clients using corporate business law services include private companies, investment banks, and multinational corporations, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, regulators and government agencies
Legal advice for startups
Every successful business has a solid legal base on which to build. In the digital age, there is a risk that startups will neglect the legal aspects of a quick start and choose a legal DIY approach, which can have serious consequences.
It is important that you choose the best lawyer for your business, someone with whom you can have an honest and open relationship to help your company not only solve any legal problems but also anticipate them before they become problems.
Hiring a lawyer early in the business cycle will reduce the likelihood of disputes. You also do not want to be trapped in "handshake agreements" with your employees, co-founders or third parties who have no legal basis.
Online business legal advice
A number of key legal issues need to be addressed before starting an online business. The questions presented vary according to the type of website on which the business is based, how it was designed (e.g., by whom) and what forms of intellectual capital it contains.
There are also a number of business processes that have legal implications as a result of doing business online. Many of them either are absent or (for the most part) do not matter if the business is conducted offline. In short, the online context is very important. While it has never been easier to start an online business, the online context creates its own type of complexity, especially given the number of online contracts that a business owner may have to sign, including but not limited to the following:
- Website Development;
- Business Agreements.
In addition, there are intellectual property issues relating to copyrights, trademarks, domain names and others that should be considered in order to mitigate legal liability online, including the use of certain "safe harbors" under applicable law. These "safe harbors" are available if and only if the company follows the relevant procedures. In addition, doing business online involves many of the same commercial/legal risks and challenges as any other company, including developing a business concept that can be monetized and doing business using an appropriate legal framework (e.g. limited liability company, corporation, professional associations, etc.).
In this area, in collaboration with specialized professionals in each field, our firm performs the following activities in the legal field:
- Incorporation of companies and preparing partnership agreements (capital increases and reductions, transformations, liquidations, and dissolutions of companies, changes in activity, address, closing date, changes in administrative bodies and other statutory changes and reactivation of entities, other)
- Preparation of commercial powers
- Advice, preparation, and negotiation of commercial contracts
- Assessment and monitoring of corporate conflicts and / or contractual commercial and civil character.
- Operations of corporate restructuring / "corporate finance": mergers, takeovers, non-monetary contributions, acquisition and / or transfer of companies and businesses.
- Inheritance Law: Acceptance of inheritances and gifts, with particular regard to the applicable tax legislation, in terms of both residents and non-residents.
- Development of Family Protocols.
- Transfer of movable and immovable property, also with particular attention to the fiscal and administrative regulations applicable.
- Company establishment
- Termination of the Company
Business and personal reality is conditioned by the legal implementation of operations and laws that affect them. Therefore, it is essential and necessary to have adequate legal advice both to perform operations that were previously planned and to resolve conflicts that may arise in the daily life of companies and individuals.