Beginners guide to choosing a business lawyer

It doesn’t matter what type of business you might have, one thing that you should consider is having an attorney that can assist you with any legal issues that your business might encounter.

There are many business owners that don’t know how to choose the right business lawyer for their business, and therefor they are making a mistake by hiring someone that isn’t reliable. There are a couple of things any new business owner should consider, before making their final decision. Here is a beginner’s guide in choosing an attorney for your business.

Doing some research about attorney

The first thing that you need to do, is to make sure that you are researching and finding the patent law firm that is going to be the best for your business.

The one thing that we all know is that there are some attorneys that are not as reliable and trustworthy as what we hoped they be. And, because they are going to work closely with your business, you need to be able to trust your attorney. The only way to be able to know if you can trust him, is to do research and reading reviews about previous clients of the attorney.

Know what type of attorney you are going to need

There are many different advocates that you can hire for your business. One of these types of attorneys is the business litigation lawyer. You need to know exactly what type of advocate you are going to need, before you start looking for one.

If you can find one that has experience in more than one field, then you are going to make a good investment in hiring him. You will not need to worry that you might search for another attorney when your business is in trouble or if you have a lawsuit.

Ask around about the attorney other businesses are recommending

You can also ask around to other businesses to find out which business lawyer they are using. They should also be able to tell you if the attorney that they are using reliable and trustworthy is.

You can learn many things by just talking to other business owners. If you don’t know what type of attorney you might need, or where to find the best one, talking to other business owners might just assist you in making the final choice. You can’t go wrong if you are considering using one that another business has recommended to you. But, you still need to do some research before you can make the final decision.

For a new business owner, there are many things that he should consider. One of the first things that you as a business owner should find, is a business lawyer that can represent you in business transactions but also when your business is in trouble with a lawsuit or when you might face bankruptcy. The problem is that there are many attorneys that you can hire for your business, but you should make sure that you are hiring one that you can trust and rely on. In good time and in bad times.

Resource Byhttps://www.prlog.org/12604491-beginners-guide-to-choosing-business-lawyer.html

Advertisements

About sewellnylaw

Mr. Sewell continuously distinguishes himself as a top litigation attorney. He has twice been selected by New York Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star". Additionally, he is recognized as "Superb" and a "Top Litigation Attorney" by the lawyer-rating service Avvo. Moreover, he has been prominently featured as a preeminent legal authority on CNN. Attorney Sewell has several years of transactional experience as well as significant, state and federal litigation practice. Moreover, he is well-versed in prosecution matters before the United States Patent & Trademark Office and the United States Copyright Office. He has represented the spectrum of patent, trademark, and copyright owners, food and drug companies, business owners, non-institutional clients, and more. While at a top 100 law firm, Mr. Sewell's foci were in the areas of litigation and intellectual property. Prior to large firm practice, he honed his skills in Manhattan at a litigation boutique that specialized in intellectual property, food & drug law, and litigation. Mr. Sewell is also an alumnus of the distinguished Innocence Project at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He drafted motions and briefs regarding reopening criminal cases and reversing convictions using DNA evidence. Ultimately, his efforts culminated in the exoneration of one of his clients. Dayrel also completed a legal internship at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. While at Bristol-Myers, he gained patent litigation and prosecution experience through the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit litigation and training seminars, respectively. He also worked on several regulatory matters including corporate consultant agreements, conflicts of interest, clinical trials, and co-marketed pharmaceutical contracts. To continuously expand his expertise, Attorney Sewell has several years of experience providing counsel and litigation representation to real estate entities and individuals. Mr. Sewell recognizes the systemic real estate crisis and its affects on both investors and individuals, and is well-prepared to continue to assist clients with the crisis' persistent havoc that affects the millions of people involved. Prior to law school - with academic, medical background, and practicum requirements being met - Mr. Sewell received his M.P.H. from Columbia University and was a Director for medical research studies in New York City. Dayrel received his B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University, majoring in both Natural Sciences and Public Health. Mr. Sewell has also found time to do pro bono work. Of note, Dayrel is proficient in Spanish. Some examples of Attorney Sewell's work include: Litigation involving contracts, patents, real estate, securities, foreclosures, trademarks, copyrights, licenses, LLCs, and torts Negotiating/authoring business contracts and settlement agreements issuing patent and trademark opinions drafting and registering patents, trademarks, and copyrights counseling clients regarding food & drug product registration, compliance, and other regulatory matters advising startup companies and creating their business entity structure real estate transactions (i.e., conveyances, leases, title searches, deeds, assignments, recordings, etc.) Bar admissions United States Supreme Court New York District of Columbia United States Patent Bar United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit United States District Court for the Southern District of New York United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York Degrees J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law M.P.H., Columbia University B.A., The Johns Hopkins University Awards & Distinctions Two-time Super Lawyers NYC Metro Rising Star Who's Who in American Law Notes Editor, Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender Alumnus, The Innocence Project, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law NIEHS Community & Preventive Medicine Fellow, Mount Sinai School of Medicine Recipient, Phoenix Fellowship, Columbia University Alumnus, Council on Legal Education Opportunity Winner, Black Bar Association of Bronx County Writing Competition Federal Acquisition Regulations Certificate HIPAA Research Compliance Certificate Publications Dayrel S. Sewell, Amulya Appalaraju, The Duality of the U.S. Supreme Court's Janus Decision, American Bar Association, Securities Litigation, 2015 Fall Newsletter. Dayrel S. Sewell, Andrew Fine, The "Redskins" Trademark: Turn-over on Downs, IPFrontline, October 2015. Dayrel S. Sewell, Ivan Ng, Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke told they "Got To Give It Up", IPFrontline, May 2015. Dayrel S. Sewell, Ivan Ng, A ?Generic' Victory for Specific Fact-Findings, Intellectual Property Today, March 2015, at 34. Dayrel S. Sewell, Ivan Ng, A ?Generic' Victory for Specific Fact-Findings, IPFrontline, February 2015. Dayrel S. Sewell, Myriad Back in Court on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility, The Brooklyn Barrister, January/February 2015, at 9. Dayrel S. Sewell, The Ignominious Patent Troll, The Brooklyn Barrister, November 2013, at 5. Dayrel S. Sewell, The Ignominious Patent Troll, Intellectual Property Today, November 2013, at 12. Dayrel S. Sewell, Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court and Angelina Jolie: BRCA1 & BRCA2 Patentability, Intellectual Property Today, July 2013, at 24. Dayrel S. Sewell, Marc S. Ullman, The Regulation of Advertising for Dietary Supplements in the United States, KENKO SANGYO RYUTSU SHIMBUN (Health Trade Newspaper), April 8, 2007, at Issue 661. Tam T. Nguyen, Dayrel S. Sewell and Adrian S. Dobs. Oral Methyltestosterone Given to Post-menopausal Women Decreases Adipose Tissue and Increases Lean Muscle Mass with No Change in Muscle Strength. ENDO 2000 Abstracts. Category: Clinical Science: Aging. Medicine, Johns Hopkins University (2000). Speaking Engagements Dayrel S. Sewell, Brooklyn Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Speaker, Intellectual Property Fundamentals: What Every Attorney Needs to Know, May 2014. Dayrel S. Sewell, Legal Analyst (en espa?ol ), CNN "Realidades En Contexto": Nueva Jersey Agentes Inmobiliarios haber supuestamente Relaciones repetidas Dentro de una casa en venta, March 2014. Dayrel S. Sewell, Panelist, Managing Career Changes in a Changing Global Market, Union League Club, November 2013. Dayrel S. Sewell, Presenter, Professional Development, Bristol-Myers Squibb Legal Department Conference, June 2009. Other Licenses New York State Real Estate Broker New York State Notary Public Organizations Brooklyn Bar Association Vice-Chair, Intellectual Property Committee Vice-Chair, Real Property Committee New York County Lawyers' Association The Johns Hopkins University Law Affinity Committee
This entry was posted in Business and Corporate Law, Law, Lawyers and Law Firms and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s