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Our lawyers have founded several successful businesses, so we understand the challenges and risks that come with running a business. We take a pragmatic approach to the law and know how to negotiate effectively with members of the business community to get things done.

When you work with Brown, you will have more than an expert attorney at your side. You’ll have a true legal partner who works hard to preserve your business and is always focused on your bottom line.

RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Multi-State Commercial Portfolio Refinanced

We helped a national corporation refinance a multimillion dollar commercial portfolio spanning six states, dramatically improving the company’s financial position.

Joint Venture Restructured and Renegotiated

We restructured and renegotiated a joint venture for a company that was in financial distress due to poor negotiations and one-sided contracts, restoring the company to profitability.

Bankruptcy Avoided Through Creative Consolidation

We helped a corporation avoid potential bankruptcy through consolidation with an unrelated corporation and assisted substantially with marketing and other business strategies.

Clear, Concise Rental Agreements for Both Parties

We have helped many landlords and prospective tenants with lease preparation and review, insuring fair protection and benefits for all parties involved.

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I’m interested in starting a new business. I heard that there are a number of options available other than incorporating. How do I know which will work best for my business?

There are a number of options. You can decide to form as a corporation, a partnership or a limited liability company. Deciding which is right for your business requires . . .

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My business involves trade secrets and private client lists. Is there any way I can protect this confidential information?

You can protect your business with a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). The NDA, also known as a confidentiality agreement, must be drafted correctly to make it enforceable...

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