Washington DC Small Business Lawyer
Dedication and Attention for Every Client
Tobin, O’Connor & Ewing represents local, regional, national, and international corporations and business ventures in all aspects of their business operations. We provide the same dedication and attention to each business client, regardless of size.
Put our experience in business law and litigation to work for your small business. Contact our attorneys to speak with a Washington DC small business lawyer.
Business Attorneys in Washington DC
The attorneys at Tobin, O’Connor & Ewing counsel clients in the creation of their small businesses. We help you select the type of business entity that is right for your business, whether it be a corporation, partnership, or limited liability corporation. We then draft and file all the required paperwork.
We also help small businesses once the business entity has been created. We assist you with succession planning so there is no confusion when a partner or shareholder dies or decides to leave the business. We give advice on labor and employment issues. We help with individual and corporate tax planning.
Our attorneys are there to assist you with your business disputes as well. We represent businesses in all types of litigation, including breach of contract actions and partnership and shareholder disputes. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in civil litigation.
The dissolution of a business raises its own set of legal issues. We make sure that your rights are protected, right up until the very end.
First-class legal counsel for your small business in Washington DC
For help with your small business’s legal issues, let Tobin, O’Connor & Ewing put its knowledge and experience to work for you. Call 202-362-5900 today or contact us online to schedule a 30-minute initial consultation. Our office is conveniently located in the Chevy Chase Pavilion, easily accessible from the Friendship Heights Metro station. Our Washington DC small business lawyers look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your legal objectives.