Anyone looking to start their own business is undoubtedly aware that they if they decide to proceed with their vision, they will have a tough road ahead. That's because there will be commercial leases to sign, assets to purchase, employees to hire and, of course, a business entity to select.
It's important for budding entrepreneurs to keep in mind, however, that the challenges won't magically stop once operations are up and running. Indeed, this is true not just from a financial or managerial perspective, but from a legal perspective as well.
In the event you harbor even the slightest doubt, consider all of the following issues that arise to varying degrees during the life of a typical business:
- The need to execute employee contracts and restrictive covenants
- The need to execute contracts with suppliers/vendors/customers
- The need to acquire a larger commercial space
- The need to sell or acquire business assets
- The need to merge or acquire another business
While the list could certainly go on, it nevertheless demonstrates how entrepreneurs of any size stand to benefit by establishing an ongoing working relationship with a law firm experienced in these matters.
Indeed, securing representation at the inception of operations gives legal professionals unique insight into the business and its goals for the future.
At Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C., we've been providing comprehensive representation to clients in business law matters for over 30 years. In fact, since our founding in 1986, we've grown to become the largest locally owned firm in southern Utah, and provide services from four strategic offices to corporate clients across the state.
To learn more about leveraging the extensive experience and strong business acumen of our attorneys, please visit our website.