WHEN EXPERIENCE MATTERS
LITIGATION, BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS, CORPORATE COMPLIANCE, ESTATE PLANNING AND MORE
The attorneys featured on Gehres Law Library are trusted professionals for business-related transactional and litigation services, with offices in La Jolla, California. They focus on the areas of the law which go to the heart of legal challenges facing businesses and individuals including: commercial law, including UCC matters, business litigation, mediation, arbitration, corporate compliance, contracts, business formation, employment-related matters, and estate and succession planning. These business and estate planning attorneys have worked with a broad range of individuals and business entities from sole proprietors and start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, and their in-house counsel.
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REPRESENTING CLIENTS IN A VARIETY OF INDUSTRIES
Including many innovative technology-based companies, real estate and medical professionals, entertainment companies, traditional retail as well as e-commerce businesses, the growing cannabis industry, and a multitude of other industries and business models. From forming a new business, contract negotiation and drafting, pursuing litigation, settling disputes, protecting intellectual property, licensing, estate and succession planning, handling mergers and acquisitions, employment-related legal matters, internet-based legal issues and more—the attorneys featured on Gehres Law Library will handle your matter with integrity and diligence.
REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
Each of the attorneys featured on Gehres Law Library has years of real world experience and are skilled at getting to the heart of each client’s matter efficiently and effectively in a friendly, client-oriented, and professional environment. They focus on each client’s background, needs, and objectives, which reflects their collective commitment to excellence and a successful outcome for each client.
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