Boise Business Law Firm Provides Individualized Counsel
Starting, building, operating and growing a business are times of promise as well as risk. From the strength of a good idea, an entrepreneur or partners form an enterprise designed to meet customers’ needs and make a profit. Legal considerations go along with business principles at every stage of the business life cycle, including:
- Growth and expansion
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Purchase, sale or lease of property, equipment and supplies
- Drafting and executing employment contracts and other endeavors
- Industrial sales and other day-to-day business operations
- Dispute resolution as needed (through negotiations, litigation and other methods)
- Sale, succession or dissolution of a business
Partner With A Knowledgeable Lawyer To Deal With Vital Business Law Matters
To get the best results in business law matters such as these, turn to a dedicated lawyer who will take the time to understand your goals and work closely with you to get them accomplished. Leon Rothstein, Attorney at Law, in Boise, is available to consult with you and represent you in business transactions and litigation.
The first step in a fruitful attorney-client relationship starts with listening: Your lawyer should pay close attention to your aspirations and concerns. Attorney Leon Rothstein greatly values this stage with each new client. In the discussions that follow, Mr. Rothstein can help you craft and pursue solutions likely to meet your business objectives.
If Leon Rothstein, Attorney at Law, is your business law firm, you can expect clear communication, convenient appointment scheduling and accessibility. Mr. Rothstein is prepared to guide you through transactions and litigation.
When Disputes Arise
Preventing conflicts through clear communication and solid contracts is the best way to stop disputes from escalating. Sometimes, however, disputes become inevitable. Creditor-debtor issues, civil disputes and contract disputes are common areas where advocacy becomes necessary. Direct negotiations and alternative dispute resolution are preferable means of resolving disputes.