Corporate CounselFisher Stone has you covered! Let our experienced attorneys represent your company.
Business Disputes & LitigationDisputes are common in business, let our team protect your interest
Business Agreements & ContractsDrafting legally sound contracts can protect your company
Business Licensing & State FilingComplying with state/federal laws and filings
Employment Contracts & AgreementsDrafting employer/employee contracts to prevent suits
3 Easy StepsHave your company represented by our Corporate Counsel
Step 1Have a chat with out attorney to discuss the goals for your company.
Step 2An attorney will handle your matter and represent your company.
Step 3You can operating your business and continue building your legacy.
You have finished your company formation, made the perfect choice between LLC and corporation, accrued plenty of funding, and set up your entire corporate structure to meet New York startup laws’ standards. You’re good to go, right?
Unfortunately, laying the appropriate groundwork and running your business efficiently doesn’t mean your problems are over. Between potential disputes and the need for ongoing agreements, having experienced attorneys serve as corporate counsel will be a necessity.
Benefits of Corporate Counsel
Avoid Legal Problems
Protection from Dishonest Dealings
It’s Not “If,” It’s “When”
You could be the most straightforward business person to exist in our universal realm, but that’s no guarantee you won’t face a lawsuit one day. In fact, statistics show that small businesses earning $1 million per year will spend $20,000 on average for lawsuits annually.
The term “more money, more problems” is always tossed around, but in the business world, it’s a fact of life. You’re going to need a law firm eventually, so why not start a relationship with the corporate attorneys at Fisher Stone to ensure you’re protected now and in the future?
Corporate Counsel in New York City
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