Successful restaurants focus on providing fantastic customer service and food. We help our clients focus on these strengths by taking care of legal needs and requirements for them.
Business are often registered with the state, and whether you have selected an LLC or a Corporation or another type of entity to register your business, the protections and rules for those selections only help if they are properly filed and followed. If the corporate form is not followed, then protections offered and potentially afforded by those registrations will not apply.
You've worked hard to build your restaurant business. Business owners have unique liabilities that regular employees do not have. "With greater rewards come greater risks." The popular saying, slightly inverted, is particularly true for business owners, who can be sued individually for the mistakes of their company.
There are several strategies and plans to protect owners from these risks, but, in every case, planning is key. Make sure your house and your personal assets are protected, correctly. We offer free consultations to business owners.
We have represented hundreds of restaurants across the country for more than twenty years.
Restaurant workers can be the delight or the headache of your business. We help our clients make sure their workers aren't causing extra problems because of labor law related issues.
Liquor/Alcohol Licenses are often the most expensive and valuable asset owned by a restaurant. We help our clients obtain and keep their liquor and alcohol licenses. The State that gives a liquor or alcohol license can take it away. We make sure our clients have the tools and knowledge to protect this asset and keep your business making money with it!
If you have specific concerns or pending issues before the State Licensing Board, let's talk, ASAP!
You have a fulltime customer service business. You don't need extra distractions, and we know that sometimes there are issues and disputes with landlords and/or product providers. We help our clients analyze their contracts and protect their rights. When there are issues, it is always better to discuss options and rights with an attorney. We are here to help.