Mills Metz Law - Business Law - Best South Florida Business Lawyer

Business Law

Our Business Is The Law

The Firm provides many services relating to your business both for transactional purposes and in the case of litigation. Attorney Hilary Metz represents clients in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and New York City, New York. Current clients range from retail stores, to clothing designers, to investors in exporting businesses, to entertainment clients.

entertainment law Areas Include:
  • Business Formation
  • Advice on which business entity is right for you
  • Articles of Organization
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Dissolution
  • Financial Planning
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Commercial Leases & Negotiating Commercial Leases
  • Operating Agreements
  • Investor Agreements
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Employee/Employer Contracts
Your business needs can be complicated and daunting. Many businesses find themselves in trouble once they have already begun operations as the result of not following the correct protocol with respect to their corporate documents. Business owners typically do not contemplate law suits when forming their articles of incorporation or their operating agreements, or even worse, they ignore the need to follow the legal requirements for forming their company altogether.

If you or your business has been served with a lawsuit you need an attorney experienced in with business litigation to be able to assist your company through a lawsuit and protect you from personal liability. Both the knowledge of how your business works and the ability to develop a comprehensive litigation plan in a manner that is cost effective for your business is our first priority.

Experienced in helping getting business deals completed, we can help you form your company, assist with business plans, and draft operation agreements tailored to the needs of your company. Another aspect your company needs to consider and be able to determine is the value if any, of the companies intellectual property. Is your company protecting its intellectual property? Have you pinpointed all aspects of your company’s operations that may need to have specific licenses and confidentiality agreements?

If you are considering investing in a company we can assist you with your investor contract, shareholders agreement, and screening of the potential company, and buy-out and sales agreements.

Most entrepreneurs are risk takers and optimistic about the potential of their business endeavor. No matter how much work has been put into getting your company started sometimes things simply do not work out. In the worst case scenario, that you find yourself on the losing end of a business deal, the majority of people do not begin to really analyze their corporate records and any outstanding contracts until it is too late.