Business Law Attorneys
The world of business is highly competitive, and the right legal representation can give you the edge you need. Whether you need a litigation attorney in Colorado and Arizona with real courtroom experience, a contract attorney to review an upcoming merger, or a general business lawyer to get your new firm up and running, we can provide the services you need at a price you can afford.
No matter what kind of business attorney you need, we are committed to your success. Here at Ramos Law, our overriding mission is to provide passionate advocacy, protect your rights, and seek the legal remedies you need to survive and thrive in a difficult business environment.
Our core value says it all. From practicing corporate law for our local clients or providing sound legal counsel as a Colorado personal injury law firm to researching the latest in commercial litigation for our future friends and partners, we are dedicated to understanding the unique needs of each client and, in turn, providing legal advice that utilizes our extensive legal experience.
If you are in need of business law services, you can count on Ramos Law to deliver. Contact us today to discuss how our attorneys can help you with your business legal matters.
When you need a litigation lawyer for your business, you cannot afford to make a costly mistake. And when you work with Ramos Law, you will receive services that include contract negotiation, corporate law, insurance, real estate, multi-party disputes, property damage, tort matters, and much more.
We offer a full range of services, backed up by the expertise to get things done. Our firm has a strong track record of success in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and we have successfully litigated subrogation, loss control recovery, troubled assets, intercompany arbitration, and even international collections. If you need a business law expert in your corner, The Ramos Law Firm is here to provide exactly what you need.
Subrogation is a concept that every business owner needs to know. The term subrogation refers to the substitution of an individual or group by another individual or group, typically in regard to insurance claims and corporate debts. A subrogation claim may arise when an insurer stands in place of someone who has suffered a loss. The substituting, or subrogating, individual then assumes the rights of the person who originally suffered the loss, pursuing the responsible parties and seeking to recover damages.
In a subrogation action, the substituting party retains all of the rights of the damaged party, and they are able to pursue all applicable remedies. The subrogating party is also subject to the same set of defenses as the original party.
A subrogation claim can arise from a number of different circumstances you may experience in business, such as contract or tortious events like small car accidents to major calamities. Given the variety of circumstances, these claims require a special kind of attention and experience that the attorneys at Ramos Law have worked hard to achieve. We have a great track record of success that benefits you in whatever subrogation claim you face.
Getting a judgment in your favor is great, but that judgment will not do your business much good if it cannot be enforced. That is why Ramos Law also specializes in judgment enforcement, so you can get the justice you deserve.
It can take time, effort, and persistence to enforce a judgment and collection is not a foregone conclusion. When a judgment is entered, it is not the end of the road for the party involved—it is only the beginning. There are provisions in the law designed to enforce judgments and provide justice, but having the right corporate law firm in your corner can make all the difference.
Every business lawyer on our team has a vast set of judgment enforcement remedies at their disposal, including piercing of the corporate veil, till taps, charging orders, officer and director liability, and much more. Sometimes enforcing a judgment and collecting the money you are owed requires a lot of digging, and we are willing to persevere until the job is done.
Cash Flow Problems
When you run a business, you live and die on your cash flow. From the ability to make payroll to how quickly you pay your own bills, it all depends on collecting the money you are due, but what happens when bottlenecks arise?
Whether it is a consistently slow-paying client, a payment dispute, charges of poor service or anything else, collecting the money you are due and keeping the cash flowing can be a real challenge. When you partner with Ramos Law, we can help you break those bottlenecks, restoring the cash flow your business needs to survive and thrive.
When you have a business lawyer on your side, you can take back control of your accounts receivable. More importantly, we can help you find the root cause of your A/R bottlenecks, so you can fix those issues and restore the cash flow you need to grow your business. Our receivables management services provide businesses with a standardized accounts receivable process, one that maximizes cash flow while covering the entire life cycle of the process.
Turnaround Management/Crisis Control
A crisis can take your business by surprise, and even threaten its continued existence. Understanding why businesses fail is a key part of keeping your firm in business, and working with an experienced business attorney can help you identify and ultimately avoid those risks.
When you work with our business lawyers, we will analyze the four causes of business failure, including a crisis in the industry, a generalized economic downturn, a black swan event, and failures of management. Just as importantly, Ramos Law can help prepare you for those unexpected events that can put a seemingly healthy firm out of business overnight.
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