Business Law

Business Law

Chapman Law Group, A.P.C.’s business law practice includes the tools and knowledge that will let us help you and your business succeed!

Mr. Chapman’s transactional practice includes the review, drafting, and negotiating of a variety of agreements and legal documents including but not limited to: consulting agreements, construction agreements, easements, license agreements, purchase and sale agreements, trademarks, employment agreements, loan agreements, disbursement agreements, operating agreements, bylaws, promissory notes, deeds of trust, partnership agreements, separation agreements, subscription agreements and other securities related documents. He has also handled mergers and acquisitions and for sale by owner transactions.

Chapman Law Group, A.P.C. can assist you in evaluating your business to determine if you are using the best form of business entity to conduct your business. The attorneys at our firm understand the needs and concerns of businesses of all sizes. We provide sound and practical advice to help you determine and set up the business structure which best suit your business needs.  Our attorneys work with you, taking the time to study and understand your business and identify any potential liabilities and risks. We can also review and help you to develop a sound business plan. We stay with you and your business during its formation and, as your business grows, we will be with you to navigate any problems.

Chapman Law Group, A.P.C has assisted businesses in preparing registration documents, Operating Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, Investorship Agreements, Private Placement Memorandums, NonDisclosure Agreements, Harassment Policies, Employment Policies, and Employment or Contractor Contracts. Mr. Chapman has also advised businesses dealing with matters relating to problematic employees, leasing issues, workplace harassment, and general operations.

David Chapman began his legal career in-house drafting and negotiating a wide array of contractual agreements at Genentech (Research & Development) and Hewlett-Packard (International Finance).

In private practice, Mr. Chapman has represented Fortune 100 corporations, municipalities, insurance companies, small businesses, and individuals in litigation involving the following areas:

• Breach of Contract
• Corporations, LLCs, & Partnerships
• Trade Secrets
• Real Property
• Tort
• Employment
• Medical Malpractice
• Premises Liability

The firm handles all phases of litigation from discovery through trial and appeals.  The firm has successfully resolved matters in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies.



If you need a lawyer, contact our offices to schedule a consultation.

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