Hine & Ogulluk LLP | Business Advice and Transactions
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Business Advice and Transactions

We’re not only litigators who develop ideas to help clients win arguments, but also creative business advisers helping clients manage risk and avoid disputes in the first place.  We provide real-world advice, including the pros and cons of action we recommend.  Given our extensive experience with business disputes and contract litigation, we are often asked to review contracts as part of our clients’ litigation assessment or risk management, or as part of ongoing contract negotiations to best position our clients for their transactions.  Businesses of all sizes, and across industries, consistently rely on our firm to provide quality strategic advice during the structuring of sophisticated transactions, taking into account potential pitfalls and mitigating risk.  Our experience in many different corporate and business environments sets us apart from our competitors and increases the value added to all of our clients.  
We represent clients in business transactions and contract negotiations of all kinds, including employment contracts, non-compete agreements, vendor and supplier contracts, sales contracts, contracts for sales and services, and other business contracts.  
We act as de facto general counsel for businesses, a role that allows clients to have the benefit of a highly experienced lawyer without the expense of a full-time employee.  Working closely with our clients, we gain an in-depth understanding of their business activities and objectives. Because of this, we are able to provide focused, client-centered, and cost-effective advice and counsel on legal issues confronting clients on a daily basis.  As outside general counsel, we coordinate and oversee: 
  • Preparation and negotiation of commercial contracts and strategic transactions  
  • Litigation, arbitration and risk management  
  • Real estate and financing transactions 
  • Domestic and international joint ventures
  • Internal investigations
  • Distributorship and licensing agreements 
  • Employment matters, including hiring, retention, termination and employee handbooks