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California Small Business Attorney

Does your business need the assistance of a small business attorney? Small business owners in California are typically self-sufficient and resilient. Many of them started their businesses with little more than a dream and a little start-up capital. Small business owners take pride in the accomplishments and success of their businesses, but many are unaware of the many legal issues that can impact their business’s operations. This is when many small business owners find the advice and assistance of a California small business law firm invaluable.

What Issues Can Impact a Small Business? 

As any successful business owner knows, running a successful business is more than simply creating or selling a product at a price people for which people want to buy it. Compliance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations is essential to avoiding the imposition of steep fines and costly disruptions in your business activities. A small business lawyer can assist you with:

  • Business formation, including determining what business entity you ought to form in order to achieve your goals while protecting your personal assets;
  • Employment law issues can affect any small business, whether you have one employee or one hundred. Make sure you are hiring the right people for the job and doing so in a legal and ethical manner.
  • Contracts are essential to most every business. It is through contracts that much-needed supplies are ordered and delivered, that new employees are brought onto the small business’s team, and sales are made. If not carefully drafted by an experienced small business attorney, however, your contracts may not adequately protect your rights and interests. A small business attorney can also help you if the other party to a contract has breached its obligations and you need to assert your rights under the contract.
  • Administrative regulations (such as environmental regulations) are easy to overlook but can cause big headaches for a business owner who fails to meet these obligations. A small business attorney will be able to advise you of what local, state, and federal administrative regulations may impact your business plans and what you can do in response.

An experienced and trustworthy small business attorney is an invaluable member of any small business team. You as the small business owner provide the vision and direction for your business; your small business law firm helps you determine how to bring that vision to life legally and efficiently.

Contact JGPC, Your California Small Business Law Firm 

JGPC Law is a California-based law firm dedicated to helping small business owners in Pleasanton, Oakland, Danville, Walnut Creek, Livermore, San Leandro, Fremont, and elsewhere in California. We have helped numerous small business owners confront tough legal issues and challenges while maintaining the efficiency and the continuity of their business operations. Speak with our skilled California small business attorneys today at (925) 463-9600 or contact us online and learn the difference that our legal assistance and advice can make for you and your business.

JGPC Business Law is a business law firm providing cost-effective, quality legal services to privately held businesses, corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), general partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), limited partnerships (LP), trusts, business start ups, entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, executives, investors, buyers & sellers throughout the Tri-Valley and the East Bay Area, including Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore, San Ramon, Danville, Walnut Creek, Castro Valley, Fremont, Tracy, Modesto, Manteca, Stockton and all of Alameda County and Contra Costa County. We are here to serve all of your business and corporate law needs.