Business advising


Very often, the most economical and conservative strategy is simply to prevent litigation. Having an experienced business attorney advise you can help preserve your business’s rights, fulfill your duties to your stakeholders or investors, help your business run more smoothly and efficiently, and avoid potential litigation.

Susan’s experience includes drafting and negotiating business contracts, including LLC operating agreements, employment agreements, shareholder agreements, license agreements, supply and distribution agreements, and consulting agreements.

Susan can help your business:

  • Start up or expand
  • Hire, fire, lay off or change the roles of employees (including drafting severance agreements and non-compete/non-solicitation agreements)
  • Create corporate policies and references, such as employee handbooks
  • Protect and defend its intellectual property
  • Negotiate contracts with suppliers, contractors, lessors, financial institutions, and other businesses