Jacksonville Legal Blog
The practice of business law is made up of many complex and diverse types of legal disciplines including but not limited to: commercial law, construction law, HOA and COA association representation, real estate law, commercial estate and succession planning, and appellate law. There are also 2 distinct commercial law processes, as in transactional business law services involving advice and counsel on business formations, contract drafting and review, entity selection, employee agreements, non-compete agreements, and contract negotiation. The second type of business law services has to do with litigation services and dispute resolution for both plaintiffs, (bringing actions against a business or individual) and for defendants, defending, owner(s) principles or their business against a legal action brought forth by another party, partner, vendor, supplier or customer.
A business that has constructed the right legal framework is less likely to run into trouble over the contracts it enters into and the contracts it has to defend when someone or something goes awry. It takes legal knowledge and experience to guide a business through all aspects of its intended journey of growth and profitability, heading off the bumps along the way that most businesses will incur during their life cycle. For many business startups especially where there are partners, officers, or financial contributors involved, having durable operating agreements defining roles and responsibilities can give a clear direction to manage the day to day operations. These processes will help to avoid conflict and over time will build trust helping to navigate the business effectively. In many cases principles, partners, shareholders, and executives believe that a shared vision and open communication will help to solve most problems that arise over time. But verbal agreements with the lack of tangible documents are no guarantee problems incurred will be resolved. At Heekin Law, P.A. our lead business law attorney in Jacksonville Fl, Geoff Heekin understands that a proactive approach in all aspects of a business’s formation will make the difference between resolving conflict or becoming a victim of it. Outlining roles, rules, and procedures in many instances propagates success from mistakes made by stewards of the business whose responsibility should be its welfare.
Why You Should Choose Heekin Law, P.A.
In today’s business environment, having a legal resource that is committed to your business’s success is not only a prudent and sound investment, but the next best thing to having your own in-house legal counsel. At Heekin Law, P.A. our legal team has a tremendous amount of business law experience handling all types of transactional services, civil litigation and estate planning services for numerous industries including, commercial ventures, retail, banking, financial, health care professionals, construction as well as associations and real estate ventures.
If you are starting a new business, purchasing an existing one, or buying into a franchise, we would be eager to learn about your aspirations and goals and how we can be part of your success. We are extremely experienced in all aspects of business formations; from startups to purchases. Commercial transactions are the backbone of our extensive legal practice. When conflict arises, we believe in personalized solutions, tailored to fit any industry and any client’s needs. Durable settlements through negotiation, mediation, or litigation protecting ongoing relationships should be the objective. Our approach is very simple and based on a proactive approach to mitigate costs and legal entanglements when settling disputes.
At Heekin Law, P.A. we are also very experienced in all types of business law services and are always prepared to litigate any disputes if negotiations between the disputing parties fail. Our lead attorneys share over 40 years of business law experience in and out of local, state, and federal courts.
Give us a call at 904-355-7000 for a free consultation by teleconference, in person at our offices in Jacksonville Florida, online, or at your place of business. Or visit our website for a complete list of our legal services and qualifications @ Jax-Law.Com