Law That Helps You Grow
Whether you’re a large firm, a small business, a private club, an association, or an entrepreneur, you need a business lawyer that listens to your needs and puts you in the best legal position to prosper. The Law Offices of Going and Plank help the Lancaster County business community find the right format for organizing your business. That’s because we help you think through the legal implications of business decisions. In addition, we can draft and file the business documents you need to meet legal requirements. Our business attorney will help you stay in compliance with employment requirements. We also offer a regional expert on buying, selling, or renewing liquor licenses, and the regulations for small games of chance.
Business Law: Starting a Business, Private Club, or Association
Going and Plank has decades of experience helping businesses, private clubs, and associations. A business lawyer from Going and Plank can help you with the creation of an S Corp, C Corp, limited liability company (LLC), a limited liability partnership, a limited partnership, or general partnership. We help private clubs and associations understand the legal parameters of your charters and activities,? Similarly, we can advise you on the legality of all policies and revenue sources in Pennsylvania. We also help you secure EIN tax numbers, company seals, and even wax seals. For corporations, we draft articles of incorporation and bylaws, develop shareholders’ agreements and operating agreements, and assist in most aspects of corporate law. If you’re ready to get started on your business, contact the experts at Going and Plank.
Business Law: Sound Business Contracts
The business world depends on professional legal contracts. Businesses, private clubs, and associations in Pennsylvania all depend on sound contracts for success. We?ll help you create membership agreements, manufacturer and distributor agreements, service contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and non-circumvention agreements. We?re also experienced in developing comprehensive employee handbooks. Use our business attorney to create employment contracts, non-compete contracts, confidentiality agreements, severance agreements, and vendor and freelance contracts. Moreover, we can also design contracts that meet your needs and protect your interests. Contact our business attorney today to find out more.
Business Law: Experienced Business Litigation
Even the best-run businesses can encounter conflicts and barriers. If you must pursue legal action or need legal defense, access decades of business litigation by contacting an experienced business attorney at Going and Plank. We’ll help you with contract disputes, employment issues, severance agreements, and Workers’ Compensation defense. We can also advise on the best approaches to lease issues. Additionally, we’ve experienced in helping with community complaints, violation of non-competes, defense in discrimination suits, and can provide defense for PHRC Claims. When you need legal representation in business law matters, Going and Plank can help. Contact us today to find out more.
Business Law: Legal Services for Recruiting and Termination
Recruiting and keeping good employees is critical to the success of your business. Sound hiring practices and professional employment contracts are at the heart of any successful employee recruitment and retention program. The legal team at Going and Plank can help. We’re well-versed in State and Federal Employment Laws and can help you create compliant employment contracts, We can create non-competes, non-disclosure contracts, and employee handbooks that protect your interests while still attracting top talent. When it comes time to terminate an employee, we can help with severance agreements. We’ll also work with you to find the best ways to honor contracts and stay within legal guidelines to minimize the risk of wrongful termination. Click here to contact a business lawyer who can speak with you about your business challenges.
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