Professional But Personal Legal Services To Give You Peace Of Mind In Your Business And Tax Matters

Legal Representation For Small Businesses

As the owner of a small business, running your company is likely more than a full-time job for you. Overseeing a company’s success can be challenging, especially when you are trying to avoid or overcome any legal issues. Instead of taking the extra labor upon yourself, why not let a skilled attorney help protect your best interests?

I am attorney Jennifer Brugh of JRB Law, LLC. I have nearly a decade of experience helping small businesses with all aspects of their legal concerns. I stay on top of the legal issues your business may encounter, such as client contracts, commercial leases, purchase agreements, vendor contracts, and tax needs. I am proud to support my local Chicago neighborhood by offering its thriving small businesses the representation they need.

How I Help Businesses

I strive to offer my clients proactive and protective representation as I work to safeguard their bottom line and best interests. My primary areas of business legal support include:

  • Choosing a business structure – Whether your business is a sole proprietorship, an S corporation, C corporation, partnership or LLC, your business has tax filing and compliance requirements that must be met, as well as other legal responsibilities. Knowing the best entity type for you and the requirements to maintain that entity will save you potential headaches in the future and put your business in the best position to succeed.
  • Business entity formation – There can be a lot of decisions and even more paperwork when you start a new business. I offer entity formation packages to help you through the process and make sure your business is set up for success.
  • Drafting and reviewing contracts – A strong contract can make the difference between an agreement that is carried out smoothly and one that is challenged, costing your business precious time and money. I review a wide variety of contracts, including vendor to vendor, client contracts, master service agreements, employment contracts, purchase agreements, and others.