Types of Business Attorneys

Just like any other field of diverse expertise, business attorneys are also varied. Usually, if not all the time, one may be an expert in a particular area but not the other. Most of the time, though, most of them claim expertise in all the fields, but a professional lawyer will be faithful to you if they are not. Learn more here.

General Business Attorney 

This lawyer has a hand in every legal discipline. If your business does not deal with exceptional circumstances, a general business lawyer may be well suited to your purposes. Learn more about Desirable Qualities of a Business Attorney. 

Employment and Labor Attorney

Using an employment and labor lawyer only makes sense when your business has employees. If it does, your business should comply with state and federal laws. This type of attorney can help you draft employee manuals and ensure safety standards are in place.

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Attorney

While buying and selling a business, you will negotiate for the property and assets of those businesses. It may not always be clear what you are entitled to during these negotiations. But with the type of attorney on your side, you will be sure to know what you are getting into.

Tax Attorney

Taxes for businesses can get complicated. For this reason, it pays to use a qualified tax professional, such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Intellectual Property Attorney

If your company has trademarks and patents, you are likely to need this attorney. They handle matters copyrights, trademarks, patents, and even brand recognition concerns.

Contract Attorney

A qualified attorney can determine the right contracts for your business. Most deals require provisions not covered by templates.

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