Miami Business Lawyer

In today’s business climate, there is a constant need for attorneys to protect the interests of innocent business entrepreneurs who are wronged by the actions of others. Insurance companies often avoid paying claims when they are legally obligated to do so. This can result in huge financial losses to individuals and businesses. Not only do individuals and businesses suffer a loss from various business ventures, but often, insurance companies fail to fulfill their obligations resulting from a loss. When this happens, Acosta & Lichter, P.A., represents clients in pursuing claims against insurance companies or other responsible parties to protect those clients’ interests. The business world is rough, and sometimes harsh results come about from fair and proper business dealings. However, Acosta & Lichter, P.A., represents companies and individuals taken advantage of by improper or illegal business activity. If you feel you have been cheated, misrepresented or treated unfairly in a business or commercial matter, contact Acosta & Lichter, P.A., to review your contract and provide you with the appropriate representation.

Business law covers a very wide variety of issues faced by businesses, individuals considering starting a business, consumers, employers, investors, and many others. Federal, state, and local laws may apply in your situation. Whether you are just starting out, considering a contract, facing a dispute, or trying to tackle any other business law issue, it is important that you consult with a business law attorney who is current on any local laws, and has experience with the type of business issue you are facing.

Areas of Business Law

The broad range of business law encompasses everything from how to legally hold a garage sale at your own home to the vast and intricate details of running a large, multi-national corporation. Some examples of issues and topics which fall under business law include:

  • Starting a business and choosing a business structure
  • Closing a business
  • Contracts and forms
  • Employment law
  • Intellectual property
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Taxes
  • Advertising
  • Banking and securities
  • Immigration
  • E-commerce
  • Leases
  • Zoning
  • Liability and insurance
  • Warrantees
  • Environmental regulations
  • Interstate commerce
  • Buying and selling a business
  • Liquor licenses and other special licensing
  • Health and safety inspections
  • Finances, including obtaining and extending credit
  • Debt collection