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Lerch Early attorneys frequently serve as “general counsel” to our clients. We advise them on the variety of legal issues that arise as they conduct their businesses day-to-day, and through major events, including expansions and sales.
Many of these relationships have continued from the start-up of the business, or from a time when the business moved to “the next level,” and have continued for as long as many decades. Each attorney starts by gaining a deep understanding of the business and the client’s goals and objectives. Our involvement with the client over time helps to build strong and continuing working relationships. This allows us to better assist the client on legal issues and compliance, contracts, employment issues, lender relationships, customer matters, and dealings with landlords, vendors, contractors, and consultants.