practical solutions to grow your business

What we do

We are a Los Angeles based law firm specialized in corporate/commercial law, financing, real estate and construction law. Providing our clients with practical guidance and advice in a timely and cost efficient manner is our goal. We appreciate the confidence our clients have placed in us over the years and, to this end, we always strive to do the best for them.

We invite you to learn more about our firm by exploring our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us in order to learn more about us.

Jonathan Labranche

Business Law

We assist our clients in setting up corporate structrures tailored to their business objectives with minimum liability.

We draft agreements to ensure that our clients’ relationships with lenders, suppliers, distributors, customers and licensees are clear and enforceable.  

In addition to our strong transactional mergers and acquisitions practice, we focus on supporting our clients with timely, practical and accessible advice concerning the day-to-day matters affecting their businesses.

We also represent issuers, underwriters, investment banks and investors in public and private offerings. Compliance with, or meeting requirement for exemptions from, federal and state securities laws is an important element in many business transactions.

Real Estate Law

Real estate transactions can be highly complex. An interdependent web of developers, buyers, sellers, tenants and lenders are often involved. A well-considered legal strategy can help protect the value of commercial and residential real estate ventures.

We deliver the kind of expertise you need to execute complex real estate transactions effectively and efficiently. We serve a full range of organizations including financial institutions, general contractors, investors, commercial and retail landlords, developers, property owners and managers.

We deliver the kind of expertise you need to execute complex real estate transactions effectively and efficiently. We serve a full range of organizations including financial institutions, general contractors, investors, commercial and retail landlords, developers, property owners and managers.

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Are Non-Compete restrictions legal in California?
Non-compete agreements are generally void and unenforceable in California unless they qualify for a statutory exception. Note that an employer cannot make the signing of an employment agreement, which contains an unenforceable covenant not to compete, a condition of continued employment. An employer's termination of an employee who refuses to sign such an agreement constitutes a wrongful termination in violation …
All you need to know about Professional Corporations
A professional corporation, also referred to as a professional service corporation, allows specified professionals to practice their profession through a corporation. It operates like a corporation and is generally subject to the general business corporation law of its state of incorporation, as well as the state‚Äôs specific professional service corporation statutes. Unlike a business corporation, a PC …
Is there a maximum interest for California loans?
Short answer is probably yes. As a general rule, for written contracts, the maximum annual interest rate is 10% if the loan is for use primarily for personal, family, or household purposes (i.e., a consumer loan). Note that real estate loans acquired to purchase real estate, construct a home or building, or to make improvements are not considered consumer …

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