Businesses We Serve In DuPage County and Cook County, Illinois
Owning and operating a business involves a wide variety of complex concerns, and a company’s owners, partners, and shareholders will need to address issues related to cash flow, taxes, and debts and liabilities. Depending on the type of business, certain legal issues will need to be addressed, including compliance with regulations, licensing, contractual agreements, and employment concerns. To ensure that these matters are handled properly, it is crucial to work with a skilled business law attorney who understands the laws, regulations, and other requirements that apply to a certain type of business.
Shakfeh Law LLC provides high-quality legal help to businesses throughout DuPage County and Cook County. As an attorney and business owner with over 10 years of experience, Danya Shakfeh can help you understand the best ways to handle the issues that affect your business. She can serve as general counsel for your company, ensuring that you take proactive steps to address your legal concerns and protect your financial interests. She will work with you to create a successful business strategy and help you resolve any business disputes or address other threats to your company’s bottom line.
Types of Businesses We Serve
Regardless of the nature of your business, you will need to address certain legal issues, including selecting the right business entity during the corporate formation process, drafting and negotiating contracts, and ensuring that employment contracts provide you and your employees with the protections you need. You will also need to be sure the proper due diligence is taken during mergers and acquisitions. However, businesses in different industries will need to address certain types of unique issues, including:
- Medical and health professionals – Businesses such as medical or dental practices, urgent care centers, physical therapists, or clinical labs will need to comply with HIPAA and other applicable regulations. They will also need to ensure their rights are protected in contractual agreements with insurers, managed care companies, hospitals, medical equipment suppliers, or other related businesses.
- Technology – Tech companies such as software developers, electronics manufacturers, or e-commerce providers will need to be sure their intellectual property is protected in business contracts and employment contracts. These businesses will also need to be sure they are structured properly to facilitate funding and ensure that requirements are met when completing mergers and acquisitions.
- Manufacturing – These businesses will need to ensure that contracts with domestic or international vendors, suppliers, or distributors provide them with the protections they need. They will also need to comply with OSHA regulations, environmental laws, and other applicable laws and regulations.
- Service industry – Businesses such as restaurants, retailers, and providers of professional services will need to obtain the proper licenses and permits, and they will need to ensure they are complying with employment laws related to hourly wages and overtime. They may also need to address franchise law matters as either franchisors or franchisees.
Contact Our Downers Grove Business Lawyer
Every business is different, but each business will need to address certain legal issues to ensure that it can operate successfully and avoid pitfalls that could threaten the company’s bottom line. At Shakfeh Law LLC, we can provide the legal help you need, whether you are starting a new company, expanding into a new market, or need to address matters related to your day-to-day operations. We can also help you understand the best ways to resolve breach of contract matters or other disputes, including through litigation. To learn more about how we can provide legal services tailored to the unique needs of your type of business, contact our office or call us at 630-517-5529. We assist with business law matters in Elmhurst, Lombard, Villa Park, Oak Brook, Downers Grove, Burr Ridge, Willowbrook, Chicago, and throughout Cook County and DuPage County.