If you own a business or are just starting one and need a business lawyer, Bolinger Law Firm in St. Louis specializes in the intricate and critically important details of business law. We ensure you and your business are protected – from the planning stages of a business all the way to retirement, and every stage in between.
Whether you’re launching a business and aren’t sure where to start, or you’re an existing business looking for a new plan with updated goals, knowing how to limit your exposure to liability and keeping up with ever-changing laws is of utmost importance to protecting everything you've worked hard for.
Bolinger Law Firm provides transactional and litigation legal services for all types of businesses. Our approach to helping you grow your business and solving problems involves gaining a better understanding of your goals, risks, and operations to further create a plan of action that limits your exposure, while providing you with the necessary tools to achieve your objectives. Our areas of practice include:
If you’ve become embroiled in a legal situation or litigation, the unknown costs, time, potential reputation damage, and ability to stay profitable can all become issues quickly. We are here to efficiently advise and defend you and see that your business is represented the fullest extent of the law.
When presented with a complicated legal issue involving your business, we will be a fierce advocate who will fight for you, while also being a trusted advisor that you can rely upon to guide you through all stages of your business. You have worked hard to build your business – we want to help you continue to be profitable with peace of mind.
Since each type of business entity has different governing laws and there are an endless number of unique federal, state, and city-specific laws, it is important to speak with a knowledgeable business attorney from Bolinger Law Firm. We know the ins-and-outs of the many cities in and around St. Louis, as well as those for the state of Missouri, and of course, federal requirements.
One example of a Missouri law that most business owners don't know about is the Missouri Uniform Trade Secrets Act (the ‘Act’). Without a written confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement, your business and trade secrets are vulnerable and subject to the interpretations of judges, juries, and common law.
Trust Bolinger Law Firm to work through your business's legal details and ensure your protection while you go about achieving your daily goals.