If you’re in business, you need an attorney
Hood Law P.C. represents individuals, business owners, and corporations in a variety of legal business needs in Illinois and Wisconsin. With over 30 years of experience in business law, transactions, and litigation, our team can handle your legal business matters.
Whether you are an established business looking to expand or a new business start-up, we can advise you on the most advantageous business structure for your needs.
We will meet with you to discuss and evaluate your business and personal needs and to advise you on selecting the business entity which best protects your personal assets and provides the best control of your business. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the following:
- Limited Liability Corporations (LLC’s)
- Sole Proprietorship
Commercial Contracts: Review, Drafting, and Negotiation.
Businesses have ongoing legal needs. There are many legal documents necessary for a business to operate successfully. Hood Law has the legal expertise to represent you in reviewing, drafting, negotiating, or litigating the following business contracts:
- Commercial Real Estate: Business purchase or sale
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Employment agreements and non-compete agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Zoning and special use petitions
Commercial litigation (lawsuits) and disputes
Occasionally, litigation is unavoidable. Whether you are a business owner trying to collect a debt or an individual involved in a dispute with a business, Hood Law P.C. has more than 30 years of experience in business litigation in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin.
Sometimes, as a result of a legal agreement or contract, arbitration or mediation may be required. Hood Law has experienced lawyers that have litigated in the courtroom, mediation, and arbitration.
We will vigorously represent your interests
After strategizing a course of action with you, we will vigorously represent your interests and use our knowledge and experience of the law to advocate your legal rights in a court of law.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation. We Can Help.
Use this contact form or call us at: (847) 244-6633.