Regardless of the size of your business, legal issues continually arise from its inception and continue throughout its operation. A knowledgeable and tactical Florida Business Lawyer is imperative to ensure that matters are handled in an efficient, cost-effective manner that is most beneficial to your business.
Contracts & Agreements
Trademark & Copyright Registration
Looking to protect your company’s unique intellectual property? Our trademark and copyright solutions take action to help you and your business secure the protection necessary to make your business dream a reality.
Our Comprehensive Business Law Services
Business Entity Formation
Drafting & Preparation of Operating & Shareholders' Agreements
Drafting & Preparation of Articles of Incorporation
Drafting & Preparation of Various Contracts
Review and Negotiation of Business Leases
Registration of Trademark & Intellectual Property
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ASR Law Firm represents small businesses and their owners in a variety of Business Law related matters. We provide specialized advice tailored to the unique needs of each client pertaining to the unique needs of a business or entity in the State of Florida.
Explore Our Most Popular Business Law Packages
Online AgreementsIdeal for website designers and other online marketing professionals
- Website build agreements
- SEO agreements
- Customized Website Privacy Policies
Business FormationsIdeal for anyone setting up a new business
- Entity formation
- Articles of Organization
- EIN application
Trade ProtectionIdeal for business owners seeking to protect their unique business identity or brand
- Comprehensive Trademark search with Opinion Letter
- Trademark application
- Trademark monitoring (optional)
Tips & Helpful Resources
Have you filed the Florida Annual Report for your business? In Florida, Annual Reports are due on January 1 of each year and are late if filed after May 1.Have you filed the Annual Report for your business? In Florida, Annual Reports are due on January 1st of each...
Changing the name of an established business can involve some unexpected pitfalls. Explore some of the steps you should consider when considering a name change. On occasion, a business’ name just doesn’t cut it. Either the witty moniker isn’t resonating with clients...
There are three main agreements or restrict covenants regularly used by business owners to limit disclosure or competition.A common dilemma encountered by many Florida business owners is how to protect their companies’ private information and client relationships from...