To serve our business clients, we start every project with the dual goals of being more responsive to our clients than they expect and always maintaining our focus on their business objectives.
At Anderson Hayes, P.C., we specialize in guiding our business clients from inception through the legalities of all operational phases of their businesses. We work to understand each business and personal goals and the unique aspects of their enterprises. AHpc provides comprehensive business law advice and guidance and facilitate the appropriate structure, documentation, and contractual protections to ensure that the rights and interests of the businesses and business owners are preserved.
The businesses we serve and the executives who lead them benefit from the knowledge and skills of the attorneys and other professionals in our network. Our Business Law Practice is comprised of four primary areas of expertise:
If you need help with business entity selection, jurisdiction selection for your entity, corporate registration, or documenting the terms of an operating agreement, bylaws, or a partnership agreement and/or contract, Anderson Hayes can help you. We advise startups, established businesses, and companies undergoing structural change. We also advise businesses about operations, contracts, and dispute resolution.
Congenial work environments foster happier employees, which tend to increase productivity and profitability. Clear expectations regarding company policies, legal compliance with California statutes, time off policies, family leave, and other work related issues eliminate confusion among supervisors and employees. Attorneys at Anderson Hayes can help business owners draft employment contracts, employee handbooks, arbitration agreements, class action waivers, profit sharing agreements, and other documents to enhance relations with employees and provide greater certainty to business operations.
Legal issues can affect every aspect of business today, and legal problems relating to your company’s equity structure or contractual commitments can develop without warning. A clear understanding of your rights and responsibilities as a business owner or employer can help you leverage market opportunities while managing risk and avoiding liability.
Unfortunately, issues sometimes arise in business that cannot be anticipated or contracted for. Also, contractual performance cannot always be guaranteed, thereby leading to litigation. Our attorneys are experienced in business litigation matters involving disputes between partners and/or shareholders, breach of contract, construction defect matters, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, securities fraud and the full range of business disputes. If you believe that your rights and/or the rights of your business have been violated, contact the attorneys at AHpc to schedule a consultation regarding how we can help you.