Small Business Law

Business owners agree that having an attorney experienced in business law is critical to the success and protection of their investment in their business. It is very important to consult with a local attorney who understands Louisiana's unique legal and business issues. Do you have an attorney who works for you for your business?

Business Law Attorneys

David Greenberg and Adrian LaPeyronnie are business owners as well as attorneys. They are here to share their experience in both fields and help you with the operation of your business within the governing laws, rules, and regulations.  They can work with you throughout the business cycle from inception to wherever you lead your business.

Starting Your Business

Determining what business entity is best for your needs.

  •  Forming corporations and adopting corporate bylaws.

  •  Forming limited liability companies and operating agreements. 

  •  Forming partnerships and partnership agreements.

  • Developing articles of organization for your business.

  •  Registering and licensing your business.

  •  Insuring your business.

Employee Issues

  • What happens when an employee leaves and tries to take your business with them?

  • Should your employees sign non-competition agreements?​​

  •  What is the state law regarding non-competition agreements?

  •  What is your duty to pay an employee who has left your company but who may owe money to your business?

Operating Your Business

  •  What are your options if a customer doesn't pay you for your goods or services?

  •  What are your options when you have a disagreement with a vendor or customer over a contract?

  •  What happens if your business is sued?

  •  What happens if a key member of your business suddenly dies or withdraws from the business?

You may have questions like these, and many more.  Our attorneys can provide you with New Orleans based experience for all your small-business situations. 

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