Over 10 Years Of Helping Ohio Businesses
Legal challenges are part and parcel of owning a business. Business owners must manage an intricate array of issues every day. Whether they are starting a new firm or trying to protect an established enterprise, they may need a lawyer’s help more than they think.
I am Hunter G. Cavell, and I own Cavell Law, LLC. I have extensive trial experience, which can make a difference when businesses need to enter litigation. I can also help businesses navigate negotiations and guide entrepreneurs through the different stages of starting a business.
I am passionate about serving others, and I am easily accessible by phone and email. Feel free to get in touch with me at my Solon office if you have any questions or pressing business law concerns.
Starting a business is an exciting event for entrepreneurs. Behind every good business idea, though, must be a plan. Without mapping out – and taking – the proper steps, business owners lessen their chances of establishing a successful venture.
I can support you as you get your business off the ground. Whether you are a solo entrepreneur or have a business partner (or partners), I will ensure that you:
- Apply for the appropriate business licenses
- Draft a viable partnership agreement
- Draft binding business contracts
- Establish sound company policies
- Understand the different types of business structures
- Understand the provisions in commercial leases
Business disputes can threaten the success and survival of enterprises. Delays, misunderstandings and unmet expectations, among other snafus, all disrupt day-to-day operations. When businesses fail to promptly address these issues, they can be harmed by negative publicity, loss of clients and loss of revenue.
Ohio businesses can rely on me to help them defuse all types of disputes. I can help clients reach efficient resolutions to problems involving:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of joint venture agreement
- Breach of partnership agreement
Not all businesses have the need – or the resources – for in-house counsel. Yet, they still need an attorney to represent their interests when legal difficulties arise. There are also situations where businesses with in-house counsel need outside legal assistance, especially when they’re facing issues related to risk.
I serve as outside general counsel for startups and small and medium-sized businesses throughout Ohio. I provide legal guidance to companies without in-house counsel, as well as those that require an external perspective to handle their legal matters effectively.