Is your business’ intellectual property protected? Ever wonder whether to run your business or a new venture as a corporation or LLC?
The possibilities for an entrepreneur are endless. One entrepreneur’s path will differ from the next, as the venture of starting a new business or company often has its own set of surprises and stumbling blocks. Anyone who has ever started a new company will tell you that it’s no easy task. Many entrepreneurs, especially those who find themselves overwhelmed by some of the challenges of a new business, become consumed by the performance aspect of their company; perhaps focusing on perfecting their product, improving their service, or extending their advertising outreach. However, many fail to realize the importance of having a lawyer that is focused on entrepreneur’s needs.
Many new entrepreneurs have limited budgets, and will often decide that working with a lawyer will cost them too much money, however, this is a decision that can possibly cost them dearly in the long run. Some entrepreneurs have even argued that they’ve spent money on an entrepreneur lawyer, only to pay someone to do things that they could have done themselves. Others argue that their business is too small to even benefit from the services of a lawyer, however, no business, no matter how small, is above the law. It only takes one accident, or one dissatisfied customer to file a lawsuit against your business or company. This can mean big trouble for you, and your business, especially if it is not properly incorporated. One small mistake, misunderstanding, or dissatisfied customer could not only mean big trouble for your business, but also for your personal finances and assets.
Even with a small business, countless legal issues may arise, especially in the early years. Issues like setting up your business’ legal foundation, terms and policies, and hiring employees is definitely not something an entrepreneur should take on without the guidance of an attorney. Laws can be technical, tedious, and confusing. You don't want to deal with a web of laws on your own, you’ve got a business to run. Don’t reinvent the wheel, let the Castro C.L.A.N. handle all of your business’ legal concerns.
Attorney Angel Castro’s Business Law team is here for all of your entrepreneurial needs, working with you to make sure your company is in the well prepared for any possible legal matter. The Castro C.L.A.N. will work to ensure that your business or venture stands on a firm legal foundation, and is guarded against opportunistic suits. We are here to lend you any legal advice you may need regarding your business endeavors.
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Serving in the Federal District Courts, Second Circuit Court of Appeals, New York Supreme Courts in Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau, Westchester, Broome and Onondaga Counties, as well as the Appellate Division First, Second, Third, & Fourth Departments for Complex Litigation, Appeals, & Negotiation.
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