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Business Law Attorney

Joseph H. LaMore, Jr. provides a wide variety of services to business clients:

  • Business Litigation

Mr. LaMore is an experienced trial lawyer. He frequently represents businesses in court, in a wide array of business law matters including: Contract Disputes, Litigation, and Real Estate matters.

  • Business Start-Up: Selecting & Establishing the appropriate Business Form

The initial choice of business form is extremely important. The type of business entity you choose will decide your level of protection, personal liability and your business’ tax treatment. Mr. LaMore will assist your business in choosing and establishing the appropriate form of business, which may include a: Limited Liability Company (LLC), Close Corporation, “C” Corporation, “S” Corporation or others.

  • Contracts

The Review and Drafting of Contracts and Business Agreements by an experienced attorney is crucial to any business, and an essential step in limiting costly lawsuits and future disputes. Mr. LaMore drafts, negotiates, reviews and litigates contract on behalf of his clients. 

Mr. LaMore regularly advises businesses throughout the State of Maryland. He handles cases in every Maryland County and Federal Court, but he is particularly active in business representation in the following locations: Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Severna Park, Pasadena, Towson, Columbia, Laurel, Fort Meade, Crofton, Rockville, Upper Marlboro, Kent Island, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Prince George’s County, Howard County, Queen Anne’s County, Carroll County, Harford County and Calvert County.

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TELEPHONE   410 760-4100                                                                        1415 MADISON PARK DRIVE
EMAIL:                                                             GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND 21061 

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