Do you want to start your own business and do not know how to? Or you already actively run a business and want to avoid risks?
 
Then it's time to address professionals.

How a lawyer can help your business

Business structuring
We will work out the corporate model most effective for your business. We will help you decide whether to register an LLC or private entrepreneur. If necessary, we will create an international structure including a trust for assets protection.
Tax planning
The most optimal tax model minimizes the tax pressure on your business. In addition, all companies should deal with tax audits and requests from authorities. Legal advice will help to avoid claims or to challenge the assessed tax obligations.
Risk minimization

Most common business difficulties:

  • claims by state authorities;
  • labor disputes;
  • conflicts with customers/competitors.

We will help to identify risks and avoid negative consequences.

SERVICES FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS
SERVICES FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS:
  • choice of jurisdiction (country of registration), a form of business (PE, LLC, JSC) and its registration;
  • due diligence - identification of possible risks and options for their elimination;
  • drafting and legal expertise of contracts;
  • drafting of corporate documents, meetings of members organizing;
  • representation in state authorities;
  • resolving disputes through settlement negotiations and mediation, representing clients in courts;
  • legal support of reorganization and termination of business entities.
SERVICES FOR STARTUPS
SERVICES FOR STARTUPS:
  • drafting documents for investments: convertible loan agreement, SAFE;
  • drafting corporate agreements between the founders;
  • regulating of work with developers, transfer of copyright, NDA, NCA;
  • preparing contracts with customers and staff;
  • protection of intellectual property and innovation - registration and patenting. 
LEGAL COMPETENCE PROGRAM FOR BUSINESS
LLCONSULTING - LEGAL COMPETENCE PROGRAM FOR BUSINESS:
  • legal due diligence of a business;
  • setting up the work of legal departments;
  • training lawyers and professionals of competent and efficient paperwork.

Thus, once set up the work of your employees, you can pay less for regular legal services.