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California business attorney, Brad Nakase, assists businesses to startup, grow, and thrive.   California business attorney, Brad Nakase, focuses on providing personalized legal services. Since 2005, Brad Nakase has helped California businesses incorporate the business, business contracts, and business litigation. Brad Nakase can help you form a corporation, employment law, breach of contract, or civil litigation. Please call for a free consultation with a business lawyer: (888) 600-8654

What Does A Business Lawyer Do?

A business lawyer represents business clients in a business dispute, labor law, regulatory compliance, draft contracts, and litigation. A business lawyer responsibilities may include the following (links to third parties’ website):

Do Business Lawyers Go to Court?

A business attorney that goes to court is called a “litigation attorney” or “business trial lawyer.” The labels are synonymous. Business lawyers fall into two primary categories: transaction lawyers or business litigation. There are business lawyers to help their clients with business transactions and business litigation. Business lawyers that go to court represent their clients for a myriad of reasons, including breach of contract, sued by an employee, and defending a class action lawsuit. Since 2005, attorney Brad Nakase has litigated over 500 cases at the courts in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, Riverside, and San Bernardino.

Do I Need A Business Lawyer?

A person may need a business lawyer for startup, growth, labor law issues, regulatory, and litigation. A new business may require a business lawyer to incorporate a business or create an LLC for the company. As the business grows, a person may need a business attorney to negotiate leases and ensure proper corporate structure from directors to officers. Some businesses, such as investment brokerage, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, are highly regulated and may need a business attorney to comply with state, local, and federal regulatory agencies. A business may also need a business lawyer to sue or defend a lawsuit. A person may need a business lawyer to defend an employment lawsuit by a former employee.

How Much Does A Business Lawyer Cost?

A business lawyer’s cost ranges from $200 to $750 per hour. A business lawyer cost depends on many factors, which may include the following:

  • Business Attorney’s Experience.
  • Transactions or litigation. A litigation attorney charges more than a transactional lawyer.

  • Region. A business lawyer in a big city will charge more than a business lawyer in a small town. For example, a business lawyer in San Francisco, Irvine, Los Angeles, and San Diego will cost more than a business lawyer in El Cajon, Riverside, or San Bernardino.

  • Topic. The topic involved will determine the cost of a business lawyer. A business lawyer assists a client in a simple breach of contract will cost less than a lawyer defending a business against the SEC. A business lawyer defending a class action lawyer will cost more than a lawyer drafting a business contract.

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Fiduciary Responsibility Definition

A fiduciary responsibility refers to an organization that must put another person’s best interest first. A fiduciary duty is the highest standard of care in law. For example, a lawyer owes a fiduciary responsibility to the clients, a doctor owes a fiduciary duty to a patient, and a trustee owes a fiduciary duty to a beneficiary.

What is profit formula and how to calculate profit formula?

A business profit is revenue minus expenses. The profit formula in accounting calculates the net gains or losses incurred by the business for a period by subtracting the total expenses from the total income: Total Income – Total Expenses - Profit

What is invoice reconciliation?

Invoice reconciliation is the process of matching bank statements to incoming and outgoing invoices. The purpose of invoice reconciliation is to confirm that the data entry is correctly matched with every invoice.

What Makes a Verbal Contract Valid

A verbal contract is valid when contractual elements are satisfied, such as evidence of an offer, acceptance of the offer, and consideration which is an exchange of value between the parties.

Marketing Transport Company

The easiest way of growing your list of clients is to schedule a meeting with businesses that do a lot of shipping and introduce your transportation company. Then, engage an internet presence to market your transportation business.

What Can You Do with a Toxic Business Partner?

A bad partnership could lead to profit loss and toxic company culture. The first way of dealing with a toxic business partner is to schedule a meeting to discuss your concerns calmly.

Disruptive Business Model

Disruptive business models are disruptive innovations that bring new business ideas or technology to existing markets. A disruptive business does not fit the profile of a standard business model. Amazon is considered as one of the world's most disruptive companies.

How to Get a Business Loan with Bad Credit

For small business owners with bad credit, the easiest place to get a business loan is with the SBA. Although not easy, entrepreneurs with bad credit can get a small business loan.

How to Get a Small Business Grant

You can get a small business grant from the Small Business Administration. Also, check your local government for small business stimulus grants.

Pros and Cons of Etsy

Etsy Pro: Your products are given a large audience, and you easily sell your merchandise. Etsy Cons: You can only sell handmade or vintage merchandise, and there are many competitors.

What is a Breach of Contract in California?

A breach of contract in California arose when a party to a contract failed to achieve a legal duty the contract created. When a party to a contract fails to fulfill the terms of a binding contract, they are liable for damages for breaching the contract.

Business Equipment Leasing Pros and Cons

One advantage of equipment leasing is that you don’t need to come up with all the cash to buy the equipment. One disadvantage of equipment leasing is higher overall costs than outright purchasing the equipment.

LLC vs DBA

The main difference between an LLC and a DBA is that an LLC is a business entity, and a DBA is a registered fictitious business name. Sole proprietors, general partnerships, and LLC can register for a DBA.

What is an LLC and how does it work

An LLC is a business entity that protects the owners with limited liability protection. An LLC also offers pass-through taxation, which means the company’s profits and losses pass through to the owner’s personal tax level.

What Is a Disregarded Entity?

A “disregarded entity” refers to an entity with one owner and not organized as an entity such as a corporation, LLC, or partnership. For federal tax purposes, the disregarded entity and the owner, who is a natural person, are not treated separate.

California Breach of Fiduciary Duty

A fiduciary is a professional person who owes a legal and ethical responsibility to another person. Examples of people with fiduciary duties are lawyers, financial advisors, corporate officers, corporate directors, etc. A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when the professional person fails to do what was legally and ethically required of them.
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