Regardless of how successfully, ethically, or efficiently a business is run, a constant truth remains that no entity is exempt from some sort of litigation matter, at some point in their business life and must therefore require the need of a lawyer San Antonio business leaders can depend on. Many business owners make the mistake of believing they don’t need to hire an attorney at the onset of their business venture. There are many reasons new business owners overlook this necessity. Early on in the development of a new business, it is exciting and thrilling and the last thing one person wants to think about is the legal side of an aspect. Usually a business owner is a former employee who feels self-assured in his morals and ethics and his ability to run a successful entity, free from negativity and disappointment. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with having high hopes for your business endeavor, one must always be prepared for the legal future ahead, with an experience attorney in San Antonio, for Texas business.
For example, although you feel that you treat each employee fairly and justly, an employee may not feel that way. While employees are certainly encouraged to voice their opinions and thoughts in many companies or places of employment, the real trouble comes when they voice their opinion on a legal matter. Cases of sexual harassment or discrimination, while steadily on a decline due to new regulations, are still very apparent in the business world. Whether there is truth to the accusation or not, a Texas business should have a San Antonio attorney on stand by to ensure that the legal process necessary to deal with such accusation are properly put into place. Most often these types of cases move into litigation and without the assistance of an experience business litigation attorney, a false accusation may end up costing your good business financial gain and your good name a reputable identity for the future.
Aside from the employment issues that may arise, there are several business deals that occur that need the keen eye of a business litigation attorney. At a certain point business partners may decide to go separate ways and if an initial plan is not laid out for this type of situation, and most often they are not, it can be a difficult task to decide where funds and belonging should be allocated.
With the help of a San Antonio attorney at Shumway Van, these grueling tasks can be eased from your mind. Contact our office at (210) 503-2800 for a free initial consultation with one of our highly experienced litigation attorneys. Your business is an essential part of who you are and we look forward to assisting you in your business.