Corporate and Business

The right advice can make your business.

As a business owner, you know the obstacles you face on your road to success. Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking to start a new business, a seasoned owner looking to sell and retire, or anywhere in between, you need advisors you can rely on and trust.

Jeffrey Gitchel can help you navigate the legal path, working through risks and identifying opportunities. He can provide all the services that you expect from your attorney, such as

  • Business formation
  • Issuance of equity
  • Financing
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Employment agreements
  • Licenses
  • Commercial leases
  • Commercial real estate 
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Business asset purchases
  • Acquisition, sale and merger agreements
  • Litigation

Jeff knows that a good idea needs a good foundation.

That means that he will not only help you form a legal entity, he will help consult with you to determine what structures and practices would benefit your company. He’ll help build your business for long term success and identify opportunities to minimize liabilities and maximize revenue.

That means he’ll review your contracts to make sure that they are clear, so that both you and the other side know what the contract requires. Because he knows that the best way to win a contract dispute is not to have one.

And that means that if there is a dispute, he will advocate on your behalf zealously. He’s there for you through good times and bad. For Jeff, that’s just basic.


September, 2020

Mr. Gitchel emphasized one rule of advertising law as a critical starting point—advertisers may not make false or misleading statements, whether actual statements or omissions.

January, 2021

A legal expert is a fundamental team member who can assist at almost every stage of the business life cycle. Whether it is drafting the documents and agreements necessary for business formation, providing ongoing strategic advice, or helping to transfer ownership – an attorney plays a pivotal role every step of the way.

July, 2020

The FCPA looks at the substance, not the form… This means that you can’t work around its requirements or insulate yourself through a third party.