Offices in Orlando, Florida
Bar Certified in Florida and California
Business Law and Corporate Law

Corporate law can provide guidance to any business with regard to its formation,
financing and operations.

Examples of this are:

  • Act as agent for service of process
  • Advertising agreements
  • Business broker agreements
  • Comprehensive review and development of operating
    procedures for compliance with state and federal regulations
  • Corporate and LLC upkeep service
  • Counsel and represent businesses, business owners,
    executives and boards of directors
  • D & O insurance
  • Defamation (libel and slander)
  • Drafting corporate bylaws, operating agreements,
    shareholder agreements and minutes
  • Employment agreements
  • Finance agreements
  • Formation of business and limited liability companies
  • Hiring practices compliance
  • Litigation, mediation and arbitration of business matters
  • Loan agreements
  • Manufacturer and sales agreements and disputes
  • Mediation Services and Dispute Resolution
  • Negotiate and draft agreements between and among shareholders
  • Non-disclosure, non-solicitation and non-competition agreements
  • Partnerships, limited partnerships, sole proprietorships, limited liability companies, incorporation, and DBA’s (Doing Business As)
  • Private placements memorandums
  • Sale and purchase of businesses
  • Securities regulations
  • Sponsorship agreements
  • Unfair business practice litigation
  • Unfair competition






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Entertainment Law

Wikipedia Definition:
Entertainment law or media law is a term for a mix of more traditional categories of law with a focus on providing legal services to the entertainment industry.

The principal areas of Entertainment Law overlap substantially with the well-known and conventional field of intellectual property law. But generally speaking the practice of entertainment law often involves questions of agency, business and corporate law, defamation (liable and slander), employment law,immigration, insurance law, international, intellectual property (especially trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, and patents), labor law, partnership, the right of publicity, security interests, and securities law. Much of the work of an entertainment law practice is transaction based, i.e. drafting contracts, negotiation and mediation.

Some situations may lead to litigation, mediation or arbitration. Entertainment law is generally sub-divided into areas related to the types of activities that have their own specific trade unions, production techniques, rules, customs, case law, and negotiation strategies.


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