Business Representation


From corporation and limited liability company formations to contract drafting or review, employment issues, collections and defense, contract litigation, business purchases, and sales, to complex litigation, we have 20+ years of experience helping small to medium-sized businesses.

Starting and running a business can be challenging, especially as a new entrepreneur. You may find that you need assistance navigating complex business issues with the help of a trusted attorney, especially if you need to stay in compliance with state and local laws and regulations.  We act as in house counsel on an as-needed basis for many small companies as well as handling their outside counsel needs.

Enter Debranski & Associates. Our attorneys offer consulting, counsel, and representation of businesses in legal and business matters, from Corporation and LLC formation to contracts, management issues, and complex litigation. We work closely with business owners on business law matters of all types, including: 

  • Corporation and LLC Formation
  • Contracts
  • Management Issues
  • Complex Litigation
  • Collections
  • Intellectual Property, including trademarks, service marks, and trade names
  • Franchising issues
  • Purchase and business sales
  • Asset protection strategy
  • Employment contracts
  • Non-competes
  • NDAs
  • Litigation for employment disputes
  • Contract disputes


 At Debranski & Associates, we take a strategic approach when it comes to important contracts and legal documents for your business. We recognize the importance of making sure that any contracts or agreements created for your business are negotiated and drafted correctly to protect your rights and best interests. Our goal is to make sure that your current and long-term objectives are taken into consideration at every step of the process in order to protect you from unnecessary lawsuits.

Non-Competes & NDA Agreements

A non-compete agreement is a document that states that an employee agrees to not compete with an employer after the employment time period is over. These documents are written often at the start of a work tenure when you hire an employee or establish a work relationship with a contractor or other small business, and alleviates the risk that an individual will start working for a competitor or start a competing service.

An NDA agreement is put in place to keep one or more parties in agreement that specific information will be kept confidential. This type of document is particularly useful to protect copyright information or trade secrets.