Business Law Attorneys

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While you may have the day to day operations of your business under control, you don’t want to “DIY” the legal system. Although it might not be at the top of your list to litigate on your own, tasks like obtaining the proper license or drafting an enforceable contract can be more complex than initially realized. Whether you are a business owner or need help starting a business, the attorneys at Morris Law Center can help you through the process. We offer the services of an experienced and expert general counsel team, available to assist your company at any time and in any capacity. We commit to learning the business model and goals of our clients’ businesses, and craft legal solutions that fit into the overall mission of the company.

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Our Business Law services include:

  • Appeals
  • Business Formation
  • Business Licensing
  • Privileged Business Licensing (i.e. Liquor and Gaming)
  • Intellectual Property
  • Contract Drafting, Review, & Negotiation
  • Operating Agreements
  • Residential Purchase Agreements
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Pet and Show Animal Contracts
  • Lease Agreements
  • Employee Manual
  • Employment Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Stock Purchase Agreement
  • Corporate Dissolution
  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Business Litigation
  • Registered Agent
  • Bankruptcy

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Brian Morris and his team are very professional and go the extra mile to meet and handle my needs. I am grateful to have the knowledge and services that he and his staff offer to handle my professional and business needs and my legal matters. He is timely, efficient, knowledgeable, and fair. I appreciate the value that he adds to my business and my life.  – Florence Jones

January 2020

Business Law FAQs

In most cases, yes. You want to ensure that your contracts are valid and enforceable. If you need to go to court over the terms of the contract, you don't want to discover that the contract is invalid when it is already too late. This could result in substantial losses. You also want to ensure that you are not entering into a contract with terms that would be damaging to your business or personal assets if you are bound to those terms.

An LLC is a type of business entity that offers protection from liability. If the entity is set up properly, it will require that any lawsuits are filed against the LLC instead of against the owners. To some extent, this also ties in to your estate plan.

Much like a shareholder is an owner of a corporation, a member is an owner of an LLC.

It depends. They are not legally required in Nevada. For a single member LLC there is often little value to an operating agreement. In other words, as the rulebook of the LLC, an individual owner would not have cause to need those rules. However, if there is more than one owner, we strongly advise immediately getting one in place while everyone is still getting along. That way, if there is an issue, the entity has an operating agreement in place already. As the operating agreement is not "one size fits all," we suggest that you retain an attorney to create a custom agreement that will benefit all parties involved.

Businesses engage in many legal transactions, such as entering into contracts, purchasing or selling real estate, and many others. Morris Law Center can assist with a wide range of transactional matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements, the dissolution process, corporate finance matters, and litigation.