Entrepreneurship & Startup Law

 

We understand that startups face unique challenges from other businesses. Likewise, most entrepreneurs know that the odds are against them, but they understand the importance of quality representation to ensure they can weather legal issues as they arise.

Entrepreneurship & Startup Law

The Berry Moorman Entrepreneurship & Startup Law Practice Group provide works to deliver a multidisciplinary approach to protect assets while laying the foundation for continued growth and business success. Our Michigan attorneys have extensive expertise in the following areas:

  • Entity Formation
  • Employment law
  • Intellectual property
  • Taxation
  • Trade secrets, non-disclosure and non-competition agreements
  • Copyright counseling and licensing
  • Trademark and service mark applications
  • Terms of use and end-user license agreements
  • Contract Review
  • Commercial Lease Guidance

 

The operation of a business involves a wide variety of issues and challenges. Through our different practice areas, we will solve your problem whether it be business litigation or alternate dispute resolution, labor and employment litigation or personnel issues, real estate or lease matters, tax matters, or intellectual property or technology related concerns.

Should you wish to expand your business into foreign countries or have issues outside of the United States, or you wish to bring in workers from foreign countries which raises immigration questions, our attorneys will assist you in making that happen.

Our Entrepreneurship & Business Startup Lawyers

Sandro DiMercurio
Associate

DETROIT OFFICE 
Ph: (313) 496-1200
Fax: (313) 496-1300

Randolph M. Wright
Shareholder

BIRMINGHAM OFFICE 
Tel: (248) 645-9680
Fax: (248) 645-1233

 We help entrepreneurs direct their passion and vision into viable business models.

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