Regardless of the industry, stage of development, or client base, every up-and-coming company faces pivotal business decisions daily. It is critical that all companies retain some form of legal counsel to assist and advise them on their quest to become a successful organization. This includes contract review and drafting, business entity formation and structure, employee and customer relations, liability protection, litigation, business strategy, and a host of other key issues.
As a business owner, it is not your job to try and decipher the law. Any time spent on legal issues is time that you could be spending on your business. It is important to have an attorney standing by who is capable, responsive, and experienced. There is a great amount of comfort that comes with knowing that you can pick up the phone and call your attorney at the drop of a hat. Your company will also have a marked advantage over competitors who do not retain legal counsel.
Finally, there are few things more valuable than preventative care in day-to-day business. An early investment in an attorney can save you tens of thousands of dollars in future liability and ensure things get done right the first time.Mr. Blum has served as in-house counsel for a variety of businesses. For your reference, some of these companies are listed below:
- A California consumer rights company
- An up-and-coming California tech company
- A California moving company
- A California construction company
- A privately-owned international custom car manufacturer
- A California-based vending company
- A California home-buying/re-sale company
- A California pharmaceutical compounding company
If you are a California business entity that is currently without legal counsel, call Mr. Blum. He will be happy to listen to your needs and work with you towards coming to an affordable representation agreement.