Large businesses and corporations are not the only commercial entities that require legal counsel and protection. Small businesses owners are required to adhere to the same laws as their larger counter-parts, often with fewer resources. We can help your small business. Many business law firms cater only to larger organizations, but at the Law Offices of Christopher Bent, LLC, we treat each client with the same degree of attention and primacy as we would a Fortune 500 company.
If your small business is faced with a legal issue, contact our office and speak with one of our dedicated St. Louis business law attorney today.
Extensive Scope of Small Business Services
Business owners are often faced with challenges irrespective of the number of employees it has. Employers with fewer than 100 employees, face even more challenges than medium and large businesses. Smaller enterprises are vulnerable to a unique set of difficulties, including the need to seek outside counsel for all of their legal needs.
Our firm offers provides general counsel services for small businesses for entities that cannot afford in-house counsel. For a flat fee, our firm will provide general counsel services for a specified number of hours per month so that your business remains compliant with applicable laws and competitive with te competition. Attorney Bent has more than 20 years of experience practicing business law. He is ready to provide comprehensive service to tackle your important legal issues
Just some of our small business services include:
- Business formation
- Contract law
- Employer defense
- Business litigation
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Enforcing agreements
- Drafting employee handbooks
- Drafting general agreements
- Non-compete agreements
- Drafting commercial real estate purchases and sales agreements
No matter what your small business need might be, we encourage you to contact our offices today. The Law Offices of Christopher Bent, LLC understands small businesses. Our team works tirelessly to ensure that these ventures—and the livelihoods they represent—have every possible legal option they need to secure future growth and success in the marketplace.