WHAT WE DO BEST
Las Vegas Business Contract Lawyers
When entering into a business contract, it is crucial to reduce your risks and maximize your benefits. At Ballard Rawson Jorgensen, we know how businesses operate. Our Las Vegas attorneys have experience as in-house general counsel, which means we are familiar with the multitude of contracts and transactions that are necessary in today’s business world. Many of our clients are from out of state and need assistance as they enter into agreements in Las Vegas and throughout Clark County.
We are committed to protecting our clients’ interests as they enter into all types of agreements, including:
- Vendor contracts
- Operating agreements
- Employment agreements
- Equipment leases
- Software licenses
- Licensing agreements
Stock purchase agreements
Asset purchase agreements
Equipment financing agreements
Real estate purchases and salesv
Independent contractor agreements
Employee incentive agreements or equity compensation plans
Contracts for the sale of goods & services
Our law firm provides legal services for small, midsized and larger businesses. Our attorneys have experience as in-house general counsel, and we now act as outside general counsel for many of our clients. We are considered invaluable partners in our clients’ business dealings, and we greatly value our long-term relationships with them. From business formation and licensing to annual filings and a wide range of business contracts, including operating agreements, stock purchase agreements, financing agreements and commercial real estate contracts, we have the skill and knowledge to handle the legal matters that arise throughout the lifecycle of a business.
Las Vegas Commercial Real Estate Lawyers
Our attorneys at Ballard Rawson Jorgensen, have extensive legal knowledge and experience with commercial real estate matters in Las Vegas and throughout Clark County. In these complex, high-stakes transactions, it is important to have experienced legal counsel on your side.
There can be serious consequences if a commercial real estate purchase, sale or lease is not documented properly from the very first step. Don’t risk the additional costs that are often the result of poorly documented real estate transactions. Contact our Nevada lawyers for efficient and cost-effective service, and peace of mind.
Our law firm can assist you in commercial real estate matters, including:
Purchase and sale agreements
Retail, office and industrial leasing
Deeds of trusts
Real estate development
Common-interest community developments including master-planned communities and condominiums
Covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs)
Easements & restrictive covenants
Title insurance matters
With experience in corporate law and construction law in addition to real estate law, our lawyers offer real-world knowledge to help your real estate transaction succeed. We have represented builders, lenders, developers, engineers, construction companies, property owners and other parties involved in commercial real estate transactions. We are familiar with all stakeholders and understand the issues from all sides, which greatly benefits our clients as they draft contracts, seek financing or pursue a sale.
We greatly value our clients and take pride in providing high-quality service. Our clients consider us invaluable members of their teams and turn to us as their go-to advisers for all of their commercial real estate needs.
To arrange a free initial consultation with one of our Las Vegas commercial real estate attorneys, call 702-425-3555 or contact us online.
Las Vegas Lawyers For Entity Formation
Our attorneys have significant experience helping clients form new business entities. Too often, people make the mistake of using do-it-yourself legal websites and documents when attempting to establish a business. At Ballard Rawson Jorgensen, in Las Vegas, we provide advice and recommendations based on our in-depth understanding of how businesses work and the laws that apply to them. Our services and documents are custom-tailored to meet our clients’ specific needs.
You may already have an idea of what entity is right for your business. Contact our law firm for assistance with any of the following business structures:
- Limited liability company (LLC)
- S corporation
- Professional corporation
- Limited partnership
- Joint venture
- Sole proprietorship
- Nonprofit organization
We can advise you on what type of entity to choose, assist you with the formation of the entity and continue providing legal services as you become established. Many of our clients need an attorney to oversee their startup activities, including business licensing needs. If you form an LLC, we can assist with the articles of organization and operating agreement. For corporations, we can prepare the articles of incorporation and bylaws, stockholders agreements and subscription agreements. Our lawyers can also assist with annual lists by serving as a commercial registered agent in Nevada.
We routinely work with our clients’ accountants throughout the startup process to make sure that the business gets up and running in a legal, efficient and cost-sensitive manner. After the business takes off, we can act as ongoing outside general counsel, providing services for contracts and transactions as they arise.
To take the first step in establishing your business, call 702-425-3555 or contact us online to arrange a free initial consultation.
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Ballard Rawson Jorgensen
10181 Park Run Dr., Ste 110
Las Vegas, NV 89145
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