Potter Law, LLC | Atlanta, GA Law Firm | Business Law
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Practice Areas

Business Law

As your Atlanta general counsel lawyer, we will work closely with you to get know all aspects of your business. We will identify and prioritize the areas of your business that require attention or could generate high levels of risk, and then guide you through the complexities of legal matters including regulatory compliance, transactions and corporate governance. 

Outside General Counsel Services

We provide services that include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Business Formation

  • Contracts/Agreements

  • Business Transactions

  • Negotiations, Deal-Making including Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Entity / Ownership Structuring and Restructuring Transactions

  • Bylaws, Partnership Agreements and Operating Agreements

  • Corporate Governance

  • Business Succession Planning

  • Business Dissolution

  • Intellectual Property including Trademark Registrations

  • Due Diligence

  • Purchase and Sale and/or Lease of Commercial Real Property

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Additional Legal Services

Any of the above services can be chosen a la carte style. In addition to the above services, we can assist you with a wide range of legal issues related to starting and/or operating an existing business. We also can assist your business with the following:

  • Employee Handbooks and Staff Policies

  • Confidentiality, NDAs, Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements

  • Contract Drafting, Review and Negotiation

  • Business Disputes

  • Compliance (Local, State, Federal Laws and Regulations)

  • Privacy Policies and Terms and Conditions

  • Technology Agreements

  • Residential and Commercial Lease Agreements

  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes and Evictions

  • And much more

Contact Our Experienced Atlanta General Counsel Lawyers

If you need an experienced outside general counsel attorney, Potter Law is ready to help. We will guide your business on legal issues small and large – and will help you identify and address potential problems before they develop into potentially expensive legal issues.