R. Randy Lee | Business Law
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What does it mean to have a good business lawyer?

If you are using a large firm, then you are probably paying more than you should.


More than likely, your legal representation issues are getting assigned to entry level associates who are just cutting their teeth and billing hours to meet their hourly billing quota. As your business gets knocked around the law firm, you are forced to explain your situation over and over to new attorneys and, the whole time, you are getting billed for them to “get up to speed.”

Do you feel comfortable with the idea that your business law issues are being handled in this way? Do you like the idea that every time you have to explain your situation to the law firm that is supposed to be on your side, you wind up getting hit with another bill? Are you sure that the big law firm you are using even knows how to run a business?

All of these are legitimate concerns of business owners and that is why R. Randy Lee, P.C. is the ideal choice for your business law needs. When you work with R. Randy Lee, P.C. your file does not get bounced around to a myriad of entry level attorneys. R. Randy Lee will personally oversee your matter and will make sure that everything is in order and done properly and expeditiously. It does not matter what business law matter you need taken care of, you can rest easy knowing that an experienced professional is taking care of the matter personally.

R. Randy Lee is an experienced business owner who knows all of the challenges that other business owners face. He knows that time is money and he knows that waiting for answers is not helping your business grow. R. Randy Lee has all of the experience and expertise you need in a business attorney.

Business law services include:

  • Entity formation (corporation, LLC, sole proprietorship, limited partnership, etc.)
  • Operating Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Buy and Sell contracts
  • Negotiating on your behalf in contract disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Business planning