Rhode Island business law lawyers represent all types of business organizations including sole proprietorships, partnerships, C corporations, S corporations, limited liability companies (LLC), non profit corporations and professional corporations. Services are usually billed at an hourly rate. A retainer or pre-payment is customary for new clients and certain matters. Retainers will vary depending on the complexity of your situation. Clients with established relationships may be billed monthly or on completion. Common terms and issues associated with business law include business formation, start ups, contracts, property ownership, transfer of title, breach of contract, business disputes, collections, vendor issues, customer issues, litigation plaintiff, litigation defendant, officers, partnership agreements, employment agreements, non-compete agreements, employees, intellectual property, trademarks, patents, insurance, trusts, wills, privacy issues and taxation. Click on a Rhode Island county or county seat link above to find Rhode Island lawyers that handle business law issues in your Rhode Island county or city.
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