Business Transactions

As your expert business transaction attorney in Irvine, CA, we pride ourselves on always prioritizing the best interests of our clients at the forefront of what we do; this includes the best interests of their businesses. We’ve found that the key to avoiding future costly disputes is to put the proper contracts in place early on and place strategizing language in business transaction documents. We draft, review, and negotiate all contract types, including employment contracts, employee handbooks, and severance agreements. If a party breaches a contract, we have a comprehensive and successful litigation department that can handle the matter.

Business Transaction Attorney Irvine CA

Our Expertise in Business Transactions Provides Numerous Benefits to Our Clients

  • Ensuring compliance with regulations, including laws related to employment, taxes, data privacy, and more.
  • Drafting contracts that protect our clients’ interests.
  • Providing dispute resolution via negotiation, mediation, or arbitration.
  • Identifying potential legal risks to the business and giving counsel on ways to mitigate them. 

Law Stein Anderson Is Your Business Transaction Attorney in Irvine CA

Here at Law Stein Anderson, the best interests of our clients come first. Therefore, our attorneys work as a team to ensure each client receives top legal advice and service. We are available to serve as general counsel for all of your business transactions. With Law Stein Anderson, LLP as your legal partner, the expense of in-house counsel and the risk of foregoing proper legal advisement can be eliminated. We are cost-effective legal advisement for your business as needed. Contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation.

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Federal District Court Strikes Down CTA as Unconstitutional

The Lawsuit The National Small Business Association (NSBA), a non-profit representing over 65,000 businesses across the United States, filed a lawsuit against the US Department of the Treasury and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. They claimed that the Corporate Transparency Act’s mandatory disclosure rules went beyond Congress’s authority outlined in Article I of the US Constitution…

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