Business Law

We know Business Law

Whether you’re a small business, a large corporation or something in between, you need a trusted business lawyer to assist you. At McMechan Law , we work with business owners to create, dissolve or partition businesses and help them avoid unnecessary liability and risks.

Corporate Law

We know you need to protect your interests and personal property when managing the legal details of your business. As an experienced business lawyer, we can help you make decisions based on numbers of shareholders, methods of share division and protecting assets.

When You Need a Business Lawyer

Business law can be complex. You need someone committed to taking an interest in every painstaking detail to counsel you on the right path. This includes helping you make non-discriminatory decisions that keep you out of court. An experienced business lawyer can assist with many aspects of your business, from starting a new business to a merger or acquisition. You may also need the services of a business attorney for:

  • Taking out business loans
  • Hiring or terminating employees
  • Accommodating employees with disabilities
  • Starting franchises
  • Handling intellectual property
  • Trademarks & copyrights
  • Business insurance claims
  • Transfer of properties
  • Contracts & contract disputes
  • Licensing agreements
  • Tax planning
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Business restructuring
  • Marijuana Licensing & Liquor Licensing

We Treat Each Case With the Care It Deserves

Our principal attorney, Samuel McMechan, Esq., brings a wealth of experience to your business’s legal needs. We understand that each business is unique, so we will take the time to understand your business goals before working toward a resolution. We provide both conflict litigation and preventative measures to protect you and your business throughout the legal process.

Contact Us to Book Your Free Consultation

Book your free initial consultation with McMechan Law , today. Call us at (720) 249-7852 or send us a message through our online contact form, and we will be in touch shortly.

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