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Julius P. Hebert Jr. and Brian J. Marceaux - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Businesses have a myriad and variety of legal issues and requirements. Typically, people are involved with corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. Contractual and agreement issues frequently occur. Collection of debt is another common issue. Relationships and rights among partners, shareholders, directors, officers, members, managers, employers, employees, creditors, and third parties frequently arise. You may protect your business by well written legal documents such as articles of organization, by-laws, operating agreements, contracts, mortgages, leases, and security interests.

Did you know Louisiana has laws that may also protect your business rights such as the Oil Field Lien Act, Private Works Act, Public Works Lien Act, contract law, open accounts, unjust enrichment, unfair trade practices, lease laws, mortgages, security interests, etc.? Did you know an employer can prevent an employee from competing and soliciting against its business? Yes, if properly drafted, Louisiana law allows an employer and employee to agree that the employee will not compete against or solicitation his employer.

If you are a business, make sure you have appropriate insurance coverages. A consultation with Hebert and Marceaux, LLC can enlighten you and advise you on insurance risks that you need to discuss with your insurance agent.

At Hebert & Marceaux, LLC, we can help you with your legal business formation, legal consulting, and litigation. Our advice to businesses is to become legally proactive, which helps avoid litigation.

Call Hebert & Marceaux, LLC today to consult on your legal business needs, phone (985) 876 4324 for an appointment.

This is for information only and not legal advice. An attorney should be consulted on a particular case or situation.