Business Lawyer in Los Angeles

Free Consultation

Brad Nakase, Attorney

Email  |  Tel (888) 600-8654

Los Angeles Based Knowledge

The Los Angeles Business Lawyers at Nakase Law Firm work to help clients across a wide spectrum of business tasks. From creating an LLC or a sole proprietorship to offering consultation on business litigation, employee issues, or anything else. Our business lawyers in Los Angeles are familiar with issues that arise when starting and operating a business in Los Angeles. From articles of incorporation to business litigation, we have seen it all, and we are here to help you with all of your business needs. If issues arise between partners or shareholders, among employees or owners, or even among other businesses in the city or state, our Los Angeles lawyers can help sort it out.


Los Angeles Business Lawyer & Corporate Attorney

Our Los Angeles business lawyers are available to you at every juncture of your business journey. At Nakase Law Firm, we offer consultation on a wide range of business questions, from raising capital to commercial transactions and compliance questions, litigation with the Los Angeles City Attorney, as well as everything in between. For example, many entrepreneurs turn to us when they have questions about starting their new businesses, and we are happy to help.

Meeting address:

355 South Grand Ave., Suite 2450, Los Angeles, California 90071

Businesses in Los Angeles

We are focused on business clients. We want our legal clients to be informed and aware of each and every rule and regulation they must adhere to, and we welcome questions. Our philosophy is not to dictate but to listen to our client’s concerns and help them resolve their issues smoothly and thoroughly. We are here to help you and to provide pertinent knowledge and information, not to tell you what to do.

Business Lawyers in Los Angeles

Our Los Angeles business lawyers provide counsel and representation in many different areas, among them:

  • Business contract
  • Business dispute
  • Civil litigation
  • Labor law
  • Employment Law
  • Employer defense
  • Class action defense

We also provide representation to corporate entities, making sure they are compliant. Many of our clients are also small business owners in the Los Angeles area who need the help of competent business lawyers. We know Los Angeles County lawyers, we know people, and above all, we know business law.

Our Goals

At Nakase Law Firm, our main purpose is to serve our clients, and each client brings a different concern or question to the table. We will work efficiently to resolve your problem so you can move on to what matters. Each matter we handle is dealt with promptly, but we will never rush you. Instead, after taking note of the details, we offer measured ideas and solutions that will help you get back on track. We are aware that legal action, whether for or against you, is never easy. Our goal is to quickly find an outcome that our clients deem successful so that they can move forward with no more complications.

Our Solutions

Attorneys at Nakase Law Firm recognize that an early and rational business resolution is usually better than a prolonged conflict. Nevertheless, our Los Angeles lawyers are not afraid to go to trial, and we have extensive trial experience. What we can assure you is that you will receive the highest quality personal service from Los Angeles lawyers whose only goal is to resolve your issues. Our experience shines through everything we do, and that experience is why we are confident we can provide assistance.

Los Angeles business lawyers should not be expensive. Their purpose should be defending and protecting their clients, not generating income. Our use of cutting-edge technology will reduce your fees, so we can focus on the important aspects of solving your problems.

Whether you need help determining your new business structure, are eyeing a merger, or have civil litigation questions, our team in Los Angeles is ready for you.

Free Consultation

0 + 2 = ?

Material Breach of Contract

A material breach of contract occurs when a party fail to perform a contract's terms making the primary purpose of the contract not met, the breach is considered material.

What Type of Business Is a Partnership?

A partnership is the simplest business structure where two or more people are owners of a business. The types of business partnerships include general partnership, limited partnership, and limited liability partnership.

What Is Company Culture?

A company culture is how things get done in the workplace. Company culture can more be described as core values or operating principles used to set the tone for the company's overall operations and success.

What is a sole proprietorship?

A sole proprietor is someone who owns an unincorporated business by himself or herself. A sole proprietorship is a business that can be owned and controlled by an individual.

Sole Proprietorship vs. LLC

Sole proprietorships are popular for self-employed professionals, freelancers, and contract workers, while LLC offers personal liability protection than sole proprietorship.

Is it legal to sell homemade food in California?

Yes, you can sell food from home so long as you have California-required health and food handling permits and business licenses. You must get a permit to sell food from home from the county health department in California. 

How to Incorporate a Small Business in California?

To incorporate a small business in California, file an Articles of Incorporation with the California Secretary of State's office. After you file the Article of Incorporation, create corporate bylaws, and elect your initial director(s).

6 Steps for Planning a Business Grand Opening

1. Create Goals for the Event, 2. Begin Planning Early, 3. Stick to the Budget, 4. Have the Right Insurance, 5. Advertise Before the Event, 6. Offer Food and Entertainment

10 Facts About Business Before Starting A Business

1) More than 50% of new businesses survive their first year in business. 2) Less than 50% of family-owned businesses are passed to their children. 3) 40% of business experience challenges in the supply chain…

S Corp vs C Corp – Differences and Benefits

The main difference between an S Corp and a C Corp is that for a C Corp, the corporate profit is taxed to the company, and the dividends to the shareholders are also taxed. In contrast, for an S Corp, the profit is taxed to the shareholder but not to the corporation. Generally, small businesses are S Corps, and major companies are C Corps, e.g., Apple, Microsoft, Caterpillar, John Deer, etc.

How to Form a Corporation in California?

To form a corporation in California follow these steps: 1) Write a one page Article of Incorporation, 2) File the Article of Incorporation with the California Secretary of State, 3) Elect corporate board of directors, 4) File Statement of Information with Secretary of State.

What are the benefits of a corporate lawyer?

The are many benefits of hiring a corporate lawyer for your business which includes: avoiding litigation, enforceable contracts, develop employee policies, proper licensing, etc.

What is Commercial Litigation?

Commercial litigation refers to litigation (lawsuit) that involves commercial or business disputes in court between two or more parties.

How to Get Rid of a 50 50 Business Partner.

How to Get Rid of a 50/50 Business Partner. One method to get rid of a 50/50 partner is to file a business partnership dissolution in the state your company was formed to end the partnership.

Personal Assistant Scam

A personal assistant scam typically involves a perpetrator putting out an ad to hire a personal assistant. Then, when the perpetrator purportedly hires the personal assistant, the assistant is asked to buy something with their own money with the promise to be repaid. The perpetuator then disappears after receiving the goods.

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.

© Copyright | Nakase Law Firm (2019)