Michigan Business & Commercial Attorneys
Helping Clients Navigate Business & Commercial Litigation
Our business and commercial law team at Grewal Law PLLC is ready to assist you in all aspects of running your business. Whether you need transactional work, assistance with employee contracts, help starting your business, or if you need representation for litigation, our team is ready to vigorously represent you.
Contact our Michigan business and commercial attorneys online for a free consultation today.
How Can a Business & Commercial Litigation Team Help?
Owning your own business is often a culmination of hard work, innovation, and determination. It is a source of great joy and accomplishment, but also of complexities and stress. This stress increases when your business initiates or becomes subject to a lawsuit. In either event, you need a team of experienced commercial attorneys who will be as passionate about representing your business as you have been in building it.
Although a cooperative solution is often preferable to litigation, we are well aware that it sometimes becomes necessary to resolve business disputes in court. Our team has extensive experience in managing ongoing litigation, from simple contract interpretation disputes to complex, multi-layer litigation. In either case, you need a team that will zealously represent your interests. Our team here at Grewal Law PLLC will fight hard to ensure that your interests are protected to the fullest extent available under the law.
Running a small business can be difficult, and there are only so many hours in a day. As a result, many business owners are unable to devote their time to doing additional work that is outside of their core business, even if that work will improve efficiency and minimize liability. Whether you need an employee handbook, non-compete or non-solicitation agreement, purchase or sale agreement, updated operating agreement, or more, our experienced team can help you take your business to the next level.
It is common for small businesses, particularly those who have experienced significant growth, to have an outdated employee handbook. Some businesses do not even have an employee handbook. Although your handbook may not be something you think about every day, a well-drafted handbook is an essential tool to establish your businesses’ expectations for its employees and for dealing with disciplinary, wage and hour, and safety issues. Employment law is constantly changing, and an outdated handbook puts your business at risk of maintaining a policy that has become illegal since its creation.
Our team is happy to assist your business in creating a proper employee handbook. From a simple review all the way to a full-scale revision, we will work with you to determine what type of agreement is best for your business based on its culture and desired goals. Contact us online today to ensure that your handbook is not only compliant with the law but also accurately reflects your business’s unique character.
Many businesses require employees to execute non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. These agreements are designed to prevent employees who leave your business from taking trade secrets, other confidential information, or other valuable employees with them should they leave your company.
Although legal, these agreements must be skillfully crafted in order to avoid violation of the Michigan Antitrust Reform Act. As a result, it is important to work with an experienced business attorney to make sure that these contracts are enforceable under Michigan law. Our team is here to help you navigate this winding path, ensuring that your business and its valuable assets are protected from unfair competition.
Purchase and Sale Agreements
At Grewal Law PLLC, our commercial attorneys understand that the core element of any business is the ability to sell some product or service. These sales are often straightforward and conducted via simple verbal or written agreements. Unfortunately, due to a lack of detail contained within these agreements, many times, they become very difficult to enforce in the event of a dispute.
A written agreement (or contract) should fully and properly state its terms in a way that can be easily understood by both parties. The goal should be to make sure that each party has a clear understanding of their obligations contained within the contract. This will also make the contract easier to be enforced in court.
Whether you need a contract for a vendor, a contract for the sale of goods, or a contract outlining the scope and nature of the services your business will provide, our team will provide you with an effective, legally enforceable, and comprehensible agreement designed to best protect your business’s interests.
Our team also represents individuals who are contemplating a lawsuit and those being sued in their individual capacity. Our attorneys have successfully represented clients suing or being sued for breach of contract, breach of employment agreement, negligence, conversion, breach of fiduciary duties, and more. Whether you are considering filing a suit against someone or whether you are the one being sued, our team of experienced civil litigation attorneys will fight vigorously to protect your rights.
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Our business and commercial litigation team at Grewal Law PLLC is here to help your business thrive. Our business attorneys are licensed in every state and federal court in Michigan, and we will handle the legal side of things with the strength, compassion, and determination that you deserve as an entrepreneur.
Don’t wait to get started. Call our Michigan business and commercial attorneys at (888) 211-5798 today.