Business Law Services in Metro Detroit

Noble Path Trademark Law offers Business Law services to Michigan clients in addition to trademark registration services. 

Although our trademark practice is national, we are a Michigan law firm located in Livonia. As a Metro Detroit business law firm, we offer a variety of transactional business law services to our Michigan clients (only).

Our specific business law services include:

  • LLC and other corporate formation;
  • Contract drafting and contract review;
  • Purchase and service agreement drafting and review;
  • Commercial lease drafting and review;
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and Non-Complete Agreement drafting and review;
  • Employee Manual drafting and review.

Read more about these specific business law services below. 

Noble Path Trademark Law

Noble Path offers a simplified process for registering your trademark in Michigan, giving you legal ownership of your licenses.

Michigan LLC, Corporation, and Entity Formation

Noble Path Trademark Law can assist you with electing and forming a corporate entity that is best suited for your specific enterprise.

We can also properly draft your Articles of Organization, Partnership Agreements, Operating Agreements, Bylaws, and other constitutional documents and file them with the State of Michigan to launch your business.

Once formed, we can assist you with obtaining your EIN from the Internal Revenue Service and, of course, researching and registering your business name as a US trademark.

Among other business law services.

Michigan Entity Types

In Michigan, there are 4 primary business entity classifications:

  1. Sole proprietorships
  2. Partnerships
  3. Corporations
  4. Limited Liability Corporations (LLCs).

An entity can be for-profit, not-for-profit, or non-profit, furthermore.

Which entity is right for you?

It will depend upon the nature of your business, the number of partners or owners involved, and a variety of other factors.


Contract Drafting & Review

Contracts are legally binding agreement made between parties that acknowledges the rights and duties that govern the arrangement. Parties may go through several drafts and negotiations when drafting a contract before the finalization of the official contract. Although individuals can write their own contracts, the assistance of an experienced Michigan business law attorney will greatly maximize the odds that a court will agree, later, that the contract is binding.

Noble Path Trademark Law can draft or review and provide an opinion upon a variety of Michigan business contracts, including:

  • Purchase and Sale agreements.
  • Real estate mortgage, note, land contract, and related property agreements.
  • Commercial and residential property and real estate leases.
  • None-compete agreements and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).
  • Shareholder and partner agreements.
  • And more.

A contract that is improperly drafted may be voided by a Michigan judge. Noble Path Trademark Law will ensure that your contract is what it appears to be and that it stands up to court scrutiny.


Employee Manual Drafting

Increasingly, Michigan and Federal law require that your enterprise provides, maintains, and continually updates an Employee Manual. An Employee Manual is the best means of ensuring that your staff members and personnel understand their rights, limitations, restrictions, and benefits on a comprehensive and company-wide basis. An Employee Manual and a signed agreement of receipt from an employee can greatly obviate your enterprise's liability for any alleged breach of workplace rights.

It is essential that your Employee Manually be specifically drafted for your organization and not simply a form document downloaded from the internet. Your Employee Manual must comply with Michigan law on a number of different grounds—and it must be updated annually to reflect ongoing changes in the law.

Contact us now to discuss the drafting of your business's Employee Manual or the audit, revision, and update of your existing Employee Manual.

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