Experienced Business Lawyers for Melbourne’s Premium Business Clients
We act for a growing number of Businesses and Corporate Clients. At P&B Law, we assist in virtually all aspects to satisfy our clients’ legal requirements, including:
- Business Sales and Acquisitions
- Structuring the Trading Entity
- Negotiating loan facilities
- Establishing Franchising and Licensing Relationships
- Drawing Dealer and Distribution Agreements
- Advice on Intellectual Property rights
- Establishing Terms of Trade
- Employment Agreements
- Liquor Licensing
Small Business Lawyers Melbourne
Businesses are can be complex legal entities that require specialised legal experience. Small businesses, for example, often require a lawyer specialised in the different legal structures this can take. With advice from the right small business lawyers, Melbourne businesses are structured for success. It is also important to receive this advice as early as possible. As one of the top Small Business Lawyers based in Melbourne, we recommend receiving the advice within your first year of starting the business. This will prevent later disruptions, like needing to change to the correct legal structure when the business is bigger, or running into preventable debt, legal requirements or even accruing unnecessary tax.
Starting, inheriting or even buying a business can be overwhelming, regardless of how much experience you previously held. Many of our clients come to us seeking a professional business lawyer as the Melbourne laws have changed since they last sought advice. At P&B law, our purpose is to make the entire process simple.
We do this by understanding all the different commercial aspects a business can face, and dedicated to meeting all our clients’ needs. As business lawyers, we are dedicated to saving our clients time, money with the right advice at the right time.
The wrong legal advice while starting or running your business can have a significant impact on your business. Sometimes it can be a negative effect, although too often it simply prevents your business from reaching its full growth or operating potential. This is why it is so important to receive the right advice from a business lawyer who understands the Melbourne and Victorian legal system. With the continuous changes to the Victorian legal system, it is also important to receive advice from a lawyer who is dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest modifications to the laws that relate to your business.
That is one of the main reasons why we are dedicated upholding excellent communication with all our clients. Not only does this mean you receive the best small business legal advice at the moment you need it, it will also ensure you are on top of any legal developments that could affect you or your business.
Running and owning a business, whether a big corporation or a small corner store, does not need to be a legal nightmare. If you need one of the top business lawyers in Melbourne, we are here to help.
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Our Commercial business Lawyers in Melbourne
At P&B Law our Commercial Business Lawyers deal with a wide variety of legal issues that may arise while you’re running a business. They know the legalities involved with any business transaction that occurs between individuals and business entities. Over the years we’ve established ongoing relationships with corporate clients. During this time we’ve developed short and long-term strategies to help our clients avoid potential risks and maintain positive business relationships. Our Commercial Business Lawyers in Melbourne are committed to providing our clients with commercially focused and industry specific advice for any business needs.
Our team of legal professionals can assist with many business activities including a business set up. Our Commercial Business Lawyers in Melbourne can provide you with early consultations to make sure you’re making the right decision about establishing a business. They can provide you with sound legal advice on the structure of your new business. This advice includes whether or not you should establish yourself as sole trader, partnership, company or a trust. Making decisions like these are crucial for asset protection and the management of legal liability in the future. So contact our Commercial Business Lawyers in Melbourne today if you’re serious about starting a new business.