Blake Wilson Law Group has counseled business entities on which type of corporate entity is best for its particular situation, and we have formed the following types: LLC., S-Corp, and Inc. If you need advice on what type of entity to form that best fits the needs of your company, or you are involved in a business litigation matter, we can advise you on the steps you need to take to ensure your business is not exposed to liability.
It is important to form the type of business that best reflects your goals. If you want to go public, then an LLC is not the best option for you, as a regular corporation will accomplish this goal. If you simply need limited liability, but do not intend to go public, then an LLC might be the best option for you. If you are a professional business, California does not allow you to form an LLC., and, therefore, a Professional Corporation may best suit your needs. No matter your goal, we can help you establish the exact type of entity that will further your corporate goals. No matter what your business goals are, our San Diego business formation attorneys can create the precise entity that will further your long-term financial and development goals.
Our San Diego business litigation attorneys have experience as in-house counsel for for-profit and non-profit corporations involving employment disputes, environmental disputes, contractual disputes, and federal and sate compliance issues.
There is a wealth of state and federal laws that regulate businesses, from employee over time, to environmental laws that corporations must comply with. An attorney at Blake Wilson Law Group will help you identify the specific laws that regulate the type of business you operate, and ensure that you are operating in compliance with all regulations. It is important to have an attorney review all of your policies and procedures BEFORE you begin business operations, as merely opening your business can subject you to liability.
There are many different contracts a business must utilize throughout its life. These include employment contracts, purchase contracts, and operating agreements. Our attorneys can draft all types of contracts for your business to protect you and your employees.