All businesses, from established companies to start up entrepreneurs, face a broad range of business law issues. The Law Office of Shannon Hennessy Pulaski can help you navigate through it all with cost-effective strategies. Ms. Pulaski counsels clients as outside general counsel by providing legal advice on issues ranging from the formation of an entity to dissolution and everything in between.
Contracts play an integral role in virtually every transaction a business makes. Ms. Pulaski assists clients by reviewing, drafting, and negotiating agreements that will protect them and/or their businesses. Ms. Pulaski advises clients in the drafting and negotiating of buy-sell agreements, service agreements, releases, waivers, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, employment contracts, non-competition agreements, consulting agreements, licensing agreements, and a variety of other legal contracts.
In many ways intellectual property can be the lifeblood of a business. Ms. Pulaski has a vast amount of experience in the area of intellectual property law including preparation and prosecution of state and federal trademark applications, copyright registrations, licensing, domain name disputes, copyright and trademark litigation, unfair competition, as well as trade secret protection.
When advertising or marketing a business there are a number of regulations and laws that business owners may face. Ms. Pulaski assists her clients with review of advertising campaigns, co-branding agreements, sweepstakes, contests and other promotions, social media policies, and a variety of other issues.
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