Beverly Hills Law Corp., PC was founded on a simple idea: provide a select group of clients with the highest caliber legal representation possible. We are a boutique law firm, located in Beverly Hills, California, catering to the transactional and litigation needs of entrepreneurs, new and growing businesses, and select individuals. Our firm is committed to providing both exceptional legal service as well as exceptional client service. Our efficient approach to the practice of law enables us to streamline operations and reduce overhead. We pass these savings along to our clients in the form of reasonable hourly billing rates. We also have the freedom to offer our clients flexible fee arrangements, including fixed fee rates and both partial and full contingency. If you are not your attorney’s most important client or are tired of being just another file on someone’s desk, maybe it is time for a change. Let us help you develop a winning strategy for your legal matters.
- Business Law
- Employment Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
- Entertainment & Sports Law
- Free Consultation
30 Minute Free Consultation Available Via Telephone.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Credit cards accepted.
- Contingent Fees
Contingency arrangements accepted for a variety of matters.
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Hourly fees and flat-fees available. Hourly rate ranges from $200-275.
- English: Spoken, Written
- Beverly Hills Bar Association
- - Current
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- - Current
- University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
- - present
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
- Beverly Hills Law Corp., PC
- Injunctive Relief In California
3 June 2015
- Fraudulent Transfers In California
15 May 2015
- Should You Incorporate Your New Business In California Or Another State?
8 April 2015
- Differences Between Grant Deeds and Quitclaim Deeds
4 March 2015
- Judicial Dissolution of a Partnership, LLC, or Corporation in California
21 February 2015
22 January 2015
- Buying Out A Business Partner In California
14 January 2015
- New Laws Affecting California Businesses
8 January 2015
- Trade Libel In California
17 December 2014
- Q. In California, am I supposed to receive my final paycheck on my last day, even on a Sunday?
- A: The law in California is that if an employee quits, they are owed their final paycheck either during the next scheduled payday, or within 72 hours if the employee gives one pay period's notice. You can just ask them to mail it to you.
- Q. If I own 50% of a business can the other partner sell their 50% to anybody even if I don't agree?
- A: It depends on the agreement between you two. If it is an LLC, there would be an operating agreement that would address this issue. If it is a partnership, there should be a partnership agreement that addresses what happens here. You need to review the relevant documents and see what they say about transfers. Some of these documents have restrictions on transfers, some do not. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. My business partner is avoiding me, how do I use my majority right to regain control of my business?
- A: Your rights here really depend on what the partnership agreement says and what powers it gives you as the majority partner. It also depends on whether this is a limited partnership, an LLC, general partnership, etc. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. (S-Corp ) Cal. We want to offer up to 5% in Preferred stock in return for performance. What doc would i need to draft?
- A: You can do an employment agreement or consulting agreement with this person, assuming that you've already issued shares. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. How to draft a non compete, non disclosure agreement for software concepts under development
- A: You should have a business attorney handle this for you. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. Looking for a lawyer in my area experienced with working in startups. Will need a letter of agreement. Thank you.
- A: We can't solicit clients on here, but you can contact us directly. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. Do I need to put TM or ® for text in YouTube videos?
- A: YouTube videos would be copyrighted, not trademarked, so you wouldn't use either one of those symbols.
- Q. What can I do to have my dog live with me as an Emotional support animal at an apartment complex with a "no dogs" policy
- A: Typically, you would provide a letter from your healthcare professional stating that you need an ESA to your landlord or property manager. A full consultation would be necessary to properly advise you.
- Q. I have a trademarked character that I have been offered money for. I am wondering how to find a different buyer?
- A: Is your question how to find a different buyer other than the one that is offering to currently buy your trademark? You likely need a business broker for something like that.