Small Business Representation

Pittsburgh Business Law Attorneys

When you own a business, there are a number of details that must be managed. Having dedicated legal counsel on your side is essential to ensuring that your operations run smoothly without having to worry about the constant threat of litigation or running afoul of the law. At Logan & Logan, our Pittsburgh employment law lawyers have extensive experience providing sound legal advice for all types of businesses, from simple mom-and-pop operations to 500 employee companies.

Minimizing Your Legal Risks

Our experienced Pennsylvania employment law attorneys are well-versed in the intricacies of employment law. We are available to meet all of your legal needs, from assistance with a single issue all the way to formation and dissolution. You can rely on our lawyers to provide you with the skilled legal counsel you need to minimize all of your legal risks. Our small business representation practice encompasses a number of areas, including:

Our attorneys will work closely with you to take proactive measures that can minimize your risks of being sued or minimize the risk of discrimination complaints. Through proper planning, we can help you avoid the potential for expensive headaches further down the road.

Experience You Can Rely On

The lawyers at the Pittsburgh law firm of Logan & Logan have years of experience handling employment cases. We will apply that knowledge to meet the needs of your business. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in the federal courts and can handle complex cases on the federal level. Let us put our knowledge and experience to work for your valuable business.

Call for a Free Consultation With an Allegheny County Employer Rights Lawyer

We provide sound legal guidance for all types of small businesses. Contact our Pittsburgh business law attorneys online or call 412-765-0983 for your free initial telephone consultation. From our office in Pittsburgh, we serve the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and the western third of Pennsylvania. For example from Erie in the north to Washington and Fayette and Greene counties in the southwest, and Johnstown and Greensburg in the east.