At Mahan Law, we represent small and mid-size companies and individuals in all aspects of business law and civil litigation. Our representation ranges from assisting start-up businesses to engaging complex civil or commercial litigation, but where we really add value is with our flat fee retainers for small businesses and dedication to comprehensive litigation representation. Whether you are an entrepreneur, business owner, corporate counsel, or an individual with a dispute against a business or insurance company you can count on us as your attorneys and counselors. Our clients have consistently provided us the highest ratings in communication, responsiveness, quality, and value - a true testiment that your business or case is in good hands with us! Learn more here.
The Small Business Retainer Plan
What sets us apart from traditional law firms are our small business retainers that make routine legal services affordable for small businesses that want the benefits larger corporations have with in-house attorneys. Our retainer plans are designed to provide clients flat fee legal representation instead of the traditional hourly fee structure most attorneys use today. Our goal is to serve all of your business's routine legal needs without billing for phone calls, emails, collection letters, human resource questions, contract issues, dispute resolution, etc. Our retainer customers also receive reduced litigation fee rates because we are certain that having us as your general counsel will reduce your overall legal risks. And unlike most general counsel we have vast litigation experience before the the Ohio and Kentucky state and federal courts should you need to address your issue in court. Below is a sample of our business formation and transactions we handle:
Ohio and Kentucky Business Litigation Attorney
Business and commercial disputes can be taxing on small business or even individuals being pursued by a business. For instance, someone may have wronged your or your business by breaching a contract, infringing upon your intellectual property rights, or failing to pay an overdue invoice. Conversely, someone could be suing you or your business over similar issues. In either situation, having an attorney with the litigation experience and knowledge makes all the difference. Here are a sample of the types of business and commercial disputes we routinely handle.