Business & Corporate Attorneys

At Henn Haworth Cummings + Page, our attorneys are committed to assisting companies of all sizes with their formation and throughout their growth. All businesses—from sole proprietorships and partnerships to large corporations— benefit from the help of an experienced business law attorney to reduce their liability, minimize their losses, and protect their growing companies.

If you are a business owner, contact Henn Haworth Cummings + Page to learn more about how our attorneys can help your business reach new levels of success.

Our wide range business law practice areas include:

  • Business Formation
  • Commercial and Secured Transactions
  • Business Contract Drafting
  • Property law
  • Contract law
  • Commercial Law
  • Business Disputes
  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Land Use
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Uniform Commercial Code
  • Business Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation

Frequently Asked Business Law Questions

Forming your own business is born from passion, and therefore demands your constant attention to developing and maintaining its momentum. Hence, you need an attorney that can focus on all the other moving parts of owning and operating a business. Such as, regulation, contracts, leases, licensing, liability. We want you to maintain the spotlight on what you love, and let us take care of the specifics.

Your first step, as a new or potential business owner, should be to seek legal advice and counsel from an experienced attorney. They will help you navigate the intricacies of forming, acquiring or selling any business. So, having legal counsel involved as soon as possible will ease your burden and lead to the most favorable outcome.

Many types of lawyers, including business lawyers, charge clients either flat fees or hourly rates. For this reason, the cost of an attorney can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the attorney’s standard rate. Make sure you discuss the cost of legal services during your consultation with your attorney to ensure you are comfortable with the fees.