As a business owner, one of your most important concerns is the success of your business. That is why it’s important to choose an experienced business lawyer who understands the intricacies of Georgia business law and can help protect your legal rights should a dispute arise related to the operation of your business. At Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP, we have represented and counseled hundreds of clients in Gainesville and North Georgia with various business-related needs. Our clients range from startups seeking guidance on formation of their entity to established companies seeking direction on operational matters. Our experience and training in various aspects of business law provide the foundation to effectively and efficiently advise clients on a wide variety of legal issues, including the formation of new entities, the drafting and review of various types of contracts, and prosecuting and defending the litigation that results when business contracts are breached.
Your business is founded on the contracts it enters into. Even a small dispute can be a huge distraction. Many disputes could be avoided with a careful review and revision of the relevant contract prior to its execution. Our attorneys can draft and negotiate your contracts to attempt to avoid unnecessary and costly future disputes.
Inevitably, some contracts will be breached, and some breaches will result in litigation. If a client or vendor fails to comply with their contractual responsibilities, you want an experienced attorney who can take the appropriate action to protect your business interests. Our attorneys are experienced in numerous claims that surface frequently in business litigation cases. Whether you have been sued or have been forced to resort to the legal system to enforce your company’s rights, choose an experienced business attorney to represent your company’s interests.
Our attorneys are also experienced in matters ancillary to business practice that are often useful in advising business clients, and prosecuting and defending business litigation, including, but not limited to, tax implications, asset protection strategies and theories, workers’ compensation, banking and finance, and negotiable instruments.