Experienced Business Law Attorney In The Portland Area
Owning your own business is not an easy task, and few business owners can be successful on their own. The Mead Law Firm has been helping large and small businesses resolve legal issues for more than 25 years. Balancing specific business objectives with identified legal strategies, attorney George Mead will provide sound legal counsel to achieve your goals.
When you visit The Mead Law Firm, you will receive personalized service that is tailored to your business’s unique needs. We offer start-up assistance, litigation representation, succession planning and countless other services to ensure the success of your business.
Speak to Portland business law attorney George Mead today by calling 503-214-2712 or toll free at 888-328-1440. You may also contact our firm online and we will call you as soon as possible to discuss your situation.
The Success Of Your Business Is Our No. 1 Priority
We provide superior business law representation in an efficient, cost-effective manner. Being armed with insight into your business will ensure a positive resolution for your legal matters. We are prepared to help whether you need to incorporate your business, resolve a contractual dispute or pursue litigation.
Learn more about our business law services, including:
- Business litigation
- Employment litigation – employer
- Business and commercial dispute resolution/ADR
- Business succession planning
- Contract disputes
- Intellectual property
- Corporate governance
- Corporate divorce
- Breach of fiduciary duty/partnership disputes
- Restrictive covenant/trade secret litigation
- Business entity selection and formation
- Selling a business
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