Practice Areas


We focus our practices on business litigation, commercial transactions, and intellectual property law, providing comprehensive legal solutions for businesses of all sizes.

Whether you're facing a dispute with a partner, negotiating a complex contract, or need to protect your company's patents and trademarks, our attorneys have the expertise to help you achieve your goals.

With a deep understanding of the legal issues facing businesses today, we provide practical, results-driven solutions that help our clients minimize risk and achieve success. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help your business thrive.

Business Litigation

We approach our clients' cases with fresh lenses, designing a result-oriented case strategy by considering their business and financial goals and unique circumstances. Our goal is to help resolve disputes for our clients as efficiently as possible.

Intellectual Property

For patent, trademark, and copyright matters, our intellectual property specialists help our clients register and file, provide strategic counseling on brand protection, and represent clients in strategic licensing and acquisitions.

Commercial Transactions

Our Corporate Team has been routinely called on to advise, represent and handle their most important corporate, commercial, and transactional matters. In addition, our counsel is frequently asked to serve as our client's outside general counsel, advising on various day-to-day legal issues.

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When do I need to talk to an attorney about my legal matter?

The short answer is: As often as possible. It is better to speak with an attorney about your matter before a crisis is on the horizon. We help clients spot problematic legal issues before becoming troublesome and costly. But we are also skilled at putting out fires (figuratively speaking) when your matter requires an immediate response.

What should I ask during an initial consultation with a lawyer?

If you are a potential client seeking legal representation, here are some important questions you may want to ask during an initial consultation with a lawyer:

  1. What experience do you have in this area of law?

  2. What are your qualifications and credentials?

  3. What is your approach to handling cases, and what is your success rate?

  4. What is your fee structure, and how do you bill for your services?

  5. How will you communicate with me throughout the case, and how often can I expect to hear from you?

  6. What is your availability, and how quickly can you respond to my calls or emails?

  7. What potential outcomes do you foresee for my case, and what is the best and worst-case scenario?

  8. What role do you see me playing in the case, and what will be expected of me?

  9. Are there any alternatives to litigation that we should consider?

  10. What is the next step, and what should I do to prepare for it?

Remember that the initial consultation is an opportunity to get to know the lawyer and determine whether they are a good fit for your needs. Don't be afraid to ask follow-up questions or clarify any points that are unclear.

What is your firm's fee arrangement?

Our typical fee arrangements are flat fees for most legal matters or based on our current attorneys' and professionals' hourly rates. We also offer alternative fee arrangements for issues that meet specific criteria, and we will work with you to structure an alternative fee arrangement on a case-by-case basis for those matters.

We also offer a subscription-based legal service through our General Counsel Program that designs to serve the community of entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

Read more here and schedule a free consultation to see if the General Counsel Program is right for you.

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