Business Law FAQ
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What is the goal of M. Ross & Associates, LLC?
M. Ross & Associates, LLC is dedicated to helping your business focus on legal solutions that promote the productivity and growth of your business. As an experienced business law firm, we're fully aware of both the legal and practical problems your business may encounter. We offer advisory, transactional, and litigation support for small to medium-sized businesses.
Who else can you serve?
We are highly skilled in helping family businesses, professional practices, sole proprietors, real estate partnerships, LLCs and corporations.
How can you help my business?
There are plenty of ways we can help you, including: general counsel, advice about business formation and operations, securing funding for a start-up company or real estate purchase, franchise support, commercial real estate transactions, litigation, business purchases and sales, resolution of shareholder or partner disputes, landlord-tenant matters, and commercial litigation to name a few.
What is the advantage of having an outside general counsel relationship?
Simply put: We can save you time and hassle. By relying on M. Ross & Associates, LLC as general counsel, we become intimately involved in your business and gain insight into its immediate and long-range business objectives. Through this ongoing relationship, you no longer have to worry about finding an attorney you can trust and we can better provide you solutions that are tailored to the unique problems your company may encounter as well as pro-actively work to prevent legal issues from arising.
How can you help me with the finances of my start-up company?
M. Ross & Associates, LLC can assist you with all aspects of securing the right type of financing and shielding you from liability to the extent practicable.
What problems can arise from owning a franchise?
Disputes between the franchisor and franchisee are not uncommon. A few problems that may arise that we can help resolve, include: territorial protection and franchise expansion, attempts by franchisor to terminate the relationship or not renew the agreement, changes in supplier or franchisor policy, issues arising when a franchisor is acquired by or merges with another company, fraud or breach of contract, and violations of securities law.