Albert Lea Commercial Litigation Lawyers
At Hoversten, Johnson, Beckmann & Hovey, LLP, our approach to business law is to keep our eye on the big picture. To this end, our lawyers seek to understand the business context in which we offer legal advice. Marketing, customer relations, employee relations, personal ethics and financial constraints all have a bearing on the success of the business. Our goal is to provide sound legal advice that supports your business goals and helps your enterprise succeed.
Our business attorneys represent high-technology venture firms, construction and land development businesses, as well as substantial lending institutions and health care facilities in Austin, Albert Lea and other communities in southern Minnesota. The following are examples of the types of business law services we provide:
- Formation of partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations
- Preparation and drafting of legal documents, including contracts, corporate documents, partnership agreements and buy-sell agreements
- Representing nonprofit and tax-exempt corporations with services such as preparation of articles, bylaws, filing for certificates of incorporation, applications for tax-exempt status, document preparation, minutes and advice
- Development of procedures and legal documents that reduce the threat or the occurrence of expensive litigation
- When litigation is unavoidable, aggressively defending your interests in state and federal courts and before state agencies. Our lawyers have extensive experience in disputes over workers’ compensation claims, commercial transactions, construction contracts and other types of business litigation.
- Insurance defense for all types of personal injury claims
- Handling secured transactions, mortgages, and debtor-creditor rights and obligations
- Advising and training employers in employment law matters and defending businesses that are sued
- Commercial real estate transactions and leasing
Due to the broad range of legal services we provide, our attorneys often serve as general business counsel for companies that are too small to have their own in-house legal counsel.