Alpena, MI Business Law Attorneys

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  • Karen Jo Bennett
  • Member at Wenzel, Bennett, Kowalski & Harris, P.C.
  • Alpena, MI U.S.A.
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  • Robert B. Kane
  • Member at Kane, Funk, and Poch P.C.
  • Alpena, MI U.S.A.
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  • Douglas A. Kowalski
  • Member at Wenzel, Bennett, Kowalski & Harris, P.C.
  • Alpena, MI U.S.A.
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  • Kimberly Susan Schultz
  • Member at Law Office of Kimberly S. Schultz, PLLC
  • Alpena, MI U.S.A.
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Business Law in Alpena, MI

Beginning on the day a new business is launched, it will encounter a host of legal issues. From selecting the optimal business structure to negotiating contracts, from ensuring that the company's name doesn't infringe on another business's intellectual property to hiring new employers--almost everything that small business owners do touches on some aspect of business law. As a company owner or manager, your focus should be on successfully running and building a business. A law firm that focuses on business law will have attorneys who have a broad cross-section of experience on the myriad legal issues that affect all businesses, large and small.