What is Business Law?
There’s a variety of different types of business law. When you seek out a business attorney to help you with a legal matter, your concern is probably related to one of these areas:
- Corporate Law - Aanything to do with a for-profit company falls under this category, like consumer protection, contracts or employment law. A good business lawyer can help you navigate and negotiate your contracts and employment contracts so you can do what you do best, focus on making money.
- Non-profit Corporations - Nonprofits are formed to carry out a charitable, educational, religious, or scientific purpose. As such, they don’t pay federal or state income taxes on profits made from activities engaged to carry out its objectives. A good business lawyer can guide you through issues related to donations, government regulations, board governance and more.
- Business Investments - Acquiring new products or services can be exciting but tedious. The due diligence required to make investments or sell them can be all-consuming, making you focus on details and forgetting about the big picture and your long term goals. A good business lawyer can take care of these details and help you avoid the pitfalls of making bad investments.
Business Law can be an intricate subject that touches on many areas of our lives — both personal and professional — in surprising ways. Don’t wait too long to reach out to my firm, Deborah Hubbs, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PLLC, to discuss any matter related to business or business law in the Houston, Texas area.
What Are Some Common Business Disputes?
In the business world, it’s not about if there will be a dispute, but when. With my clients, I make sure to listen to their stories and understand their issues before diving in so I am fully equipped to stand in their corner when the time comes. Being as proactive as possible can help deter complications that inevitably arise when trying to grow a business. My firm - Deborah Hubbs, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PLLC - might be able to help with the following issues:
- Contract disputes
- Expressed or implied product warranties
- Deceptive trade practices
- Business formation and dissolution
At the end of the day, it’s not what happens to your business that matters — it’s how your business reacts to it that counts. My experience in the business sector before I attended law school helps me better serve clients every single day in Houston, Conroe, and The Woodlands.