Helping You Control Your Business And Commercial Law Concerns

The U.S. Small Business Administration estimates that there are almost 30 million small businesses in the county, accounting for over 99% of all employers. Big and small cities across the country and in Indiana rely on these employers for goods, services, jobs and economic growth.

However, business owners know that every misstep could lead to loss. They also know that too many of those losses jeopardize their companies. Our business and commercial law attorneys at Plopper & Partners, LLP, have over 60 years of combined experience helping large and small companies safeguarding their business and commercial concerns.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that about 20% of businesses fail in the first year, with almost half of them going out of business within five years.  Businesses that survive usually have one thing in common – they are prepared for money problems, business challenges, and the state and federal business and commercial legal issues that frequently arise.

That usually happens with strong, experienced legal representation.

Today’s Business Markets Require Proper Legal Analysis And Preparation

When you made it to a management role in your company or you started your business, you probably realized that there are more things to manage than just the bottom line. Those issues include:

  • Business formation
  • Business organization
  • International law
  • Leasing
  • Liability concerns
  • Litigation
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Negotiations
  • Regulatory issues, including uniform commercial codes
  • Sales/distribution
  • Transactions

Manage Legal Concerns To Ensure Continued Business Growth

The SBA statistics reports that there about 500,000 small businesses operating in Indiana. That makes up over 99% of all businesses in the state. In one recent 12-month span, the state added over 4,000 new businesses.

The statistics also indicate that if a business stays healthy beyond five years, it is more likely to continue to succeed. With that slow and steady growth, and the ability to control legal concerns before they become problems, a company can help ensure it continues to prosper.

Helping You Control Your Business And Commercial Law Concerns

With the knowledge that there are risks associated with not only starting a business but also keeping it operating, owners and managers are realizing there is value in hiring an experienced lawyer. If you have business or commercial law concerns in Hamilton County or anywhere in Indiana, our experienced attorneys can assist you. Call our convenient Carmel offices at 317-348-2157 or email us.

Practice Areas

Business & Commercial Law

Real Estate

Estate Planning