Business Law Attorney Indianapolis
Need representation for your small business needs? We assist clients throughout Indiana with business formation, contracts and more
Building and running a successful business takes a tremendous amount of skill, hard work and determination. Small business owners make important decisions every single day that affect the lives of countless employees, other businesses and the people who rely on them.
We understand how to effectively resolve a range of complicated business issues facing entrepreneurs. At Hocker & Associates, LLC, we have represented countless small business owners throughout the Indianapolis area. Indiana business litigation attorneys Kathleen S. Crebo and Janet Davis Hocker have extensive experience in this area.
Attorney Kathleen S. Crebo
Indianapolis Business Law Attorney
6626 E 75th St
Indianapolis, IN 46250
Counsel and reliable representation through all stages of your business
Our law firm works with businesses on a wide range of cases throughout Indiana. In particular, we have extensive experience handling two particular types of business cases:
We can also represent you and your business on many other business-related legal issues, including:
- Non-compete agreement – Legally-binding agreement between an employer and an employee which both parties often sign as part of the hiring process. As part of the terms of the agreement, the employee agrees not to reveal trade secrets or enter into competition with the company if the employer-employee relationship ends.
- Non-disclosure – A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) generally outlines what information cannot be shared with outside parties and must remain private between the parties that agreed to a legally binding NDA. Such agreements are also sometimes referred to by other names, including a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA).
- Women Owned Small Business Certification – A program run by the United States Small Business Administration, this certification program exists for businesses that qualify for this program. If your business is certified, you could qualify for certain federal government contracts, in which 5 percent of contracts must be awarded to certified Women-Owned Small Businesses. Strict rules and regulations apply to this certification program. We can help you complete your application and work with you throughout the certification process.
An Indianapolis business law attorney who will be with you every step of the way
Details matter when it comes to legal issues involving businesses. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced attorney who understands business law in Indiana and the state's unique rules and regulations.
Some law firms take a one-size-fits-all approach to business matters. We understand that every business is unique. That's why we take the time to learn about the specific legal issues at stake. That way, we can work with business owners to formulate an agreement that satisfies their unique needs.
Don't underestimate the complexity of your legal agreement. Contact our law firm as soon as possible and schedule a free consultation. We can meet with you in one of our three offices located throughout Indiana, including two in Indianapolis. Call (317) 578-1630.