Business Attorney in Indiana

Business Attorney in Indiana

Our business law attorneys at Webster & Garino LLC offer legal advice and comprehensive representation to entrepreneurs and businesses tailored to our clients’ unique circumstances and industry. We recognize that the foundation of a successful business must exist prior to the formation process because the selection of a business structure and the anticipation of regulatory and litigation risks are critical to establishing your company’s long-term goals and operating in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Do You Need An Indiana Business Law Attorney?

Many small business owners believe that regularly working with a business law attorney is reserved for large corporations and Fortune 500 companies. However, small business owners benefit tremendously from having an attorney help them with various matters from the beginning of their business.

Webster & Garino, LLC’s business lawyers, believe that their involvement from the start of your company’s formation and setup will help avoid legal pitfalls in the future. Their experience as business owners themselves and in representing Indiana businesses also taught them that companies could save money if they engage legal representation from the beginning of a transaction rather than waiting until something goes wrong later. Would you like to see whether our help is needed in your buisness?

Selecting a Business Entity in Indiana

Selecting a Business Entity in Indiana

Selecting a business entity is one of the first and most important decisions a business owner must make. There are advantages and disadvantages to operating as an LLC, a partnership, a sole proprietorship, corporation, or other types of business entities. With the assistance of an experienced business attorney, business owners are able to make the right decision for their companies form the beginning.

Contract Review & Drafting

Throughout the life of a business, the business will be ordered to sign and will need drafted various contracts with other individuals and companies. Whether you need a contract with your client or customers, employees, vendors, your landlord, or others. We have the experience to help you navigate the process. Having someone in your corner at the drafting stage of any contract helps reduce risk.  As new employees are hired, it is important to have a contract in place that delineates their responsibilities. Contracts with suppliers, marketing agencies, and tax professionals are also commonly entered into. A business attorney helps small business owners create and review contracts to ensure they are fair to the business.

How We Help Your Business

How We Help Your Business

At Webster & Garino LLC, we focus on lasting relationships rather than short-term profits, some of our clients use our firm as their outside general counsel for legal guidance, business litigation, and sophisticated commercial transactions. Our services include a broad range of business types and ownership structures, including but not limited to the following:

  • S Corporation

  • C Corporation

  • Privately held businesses

  • Start-ups and entrepreneurs

  • Management groups

  • Non-profits

  • Foreign & domestic businesses

  • Family owned companies

  • LLC

We provide counsel on entity choice and negotiate partnership, shareholder, and operating agreements, or bylaws for  privately held businesses. Our law firm is committed to providing exemplary legal services whether our clients are reviewing, negotiating, and drafting consumer contracts or analyzing and preparing contracts related to technology services, financing, independent contractor relationships, distribution, purchase and sale of a business, marketing, intellectual property, security, or consulting.

Constantly changing economic conditions necessitate ongoing analysis to implement innovative and dynamic strategies. Our law firm provides legal guidance and representation in the following areas:

  • Agricultural/Farm Business Organization and Succession

  • Business Agreement Drafting, Review, Litigation

  • Business formation (LLCs, Corporations, Partnerships, etc.)

  • Business negotiations

  • Independent contractor agreements

  • Employment agreements

  • Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements

  • Buy-sell agreements

  • Business succession planning

  • Member or stockholder disputes

  • Business dissolutions

  • Franchise law

  • Vendor agreements

  • Contract preparations

  • Regulatory compliance

  • Business licensing

  • Business purchase agreements

  • Business formation and general corporate representation