Laird Morgan


"The work is serious, but I don't take myself too seriously. I rely on long-term client relationships."

You take your business seriously, but really it’s your passion that drives its success. My firm operates in much the same way. I’m serious about helping you succeed, but not to the extent that I’m a legal robot. I prefer to make our relationship an enjoyable one.

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

FEATURING DETAILED DRAFTING OF UNIQUE AGREEMENTS DELIVERED ON TIME


Business Formation

Starting a business or adding to it? Let’s find a structure that boosts opportunity, minimizes taxes, and protects you as an owner.
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Commercial Real Estate

Escrow disputes, acquisition issues, construction problems, lease review — whatever the real estate need, I’m here to help.
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Buying, Selling, or Inheriting a Business

If the time has come to buy, sell, or pass on your business, you need a cohesive, personalized transition plan.
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Negotiating Insurance Claims and Business Disputes

Don’t let an insurance issue get out of hand. I will not only assess the situation but provide a strategy for success.
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Negotiating Insurance Claims

It is important that anyone evaluating making a claim on a CGL policy or an insured submitting a claim to the insurer understand what the policy does and does not cover.
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A PRACTICE BUILT ON PEOPLE & PRINCIPLE
If a company grows and is sold, I stay with the founder. I'm loyal to my clients, not the corporations they form.
LAIRD MORGAN

Over the years, I’ve helped many clients form, grow, buy, and sell businesses. But no matter how successful their companies have become, I’ve never forgotten the people who built them. 

Each company is as unique as its founder, and I believe it’s important to keep that fact in mind whenever I approach a new case. After all, some standardized business plan can’t account for the ins and outs of your unique business. That’s why when I sit down to address your legal concerns, I look at the entire picture — you, your goals, your employees, your vision. Every aspect matters.

BUSINESS DISPUTES ARE COMPLEX

LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO FIND THE BEST RESULT

WHY EVERY PRACTICE & BUSINESS NEEDS AN ATTORNEY TO DRAFT THEIR CONTRACTS


DISABILITY

Ideally, disability won’t affect your business. But you need protection in case it does. A great place to start — updating your contracts.

DISAGREEMENTS

Partners dispute, employees retaliate, contractors fall through. Don’t wait until these inevitabilities strike; take preemptive action now.

DEPARTURE

Protect yourself and your business from the consequences of unexpected departures. Let’s make a plan together.

What My Clients Say

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BUSINESS ENGLISH, NEVER LEGALESE

Many business people assume that their expertise in their field will be enough to run a company smoothly. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

There’s a lot you can learn about the legal aspects of business through individual research, but having an experienced attorney on your side protects you from legal ramifications you may otherwise overlook. With the right legal counsel creating your contracts, reviewing your leases, and addressing other such concerns, you can avoid disputes and spend more time focusing on your work.

Perhaps you’ve never considered working with an attorney; perhaps you’ve avoided doing so because you don’t want to listen to a lot of misleading legal jargon. Not to worry — I’m fluent in plain English.

As an intelligent businessperson, you know how to talk about your area of expertise and even the larger world of business. But I’ll never ask you to learn every aspect of business law — that’s what I’m here for. As we work together, I’ll be happy to educate you on the legal intricacies that affect your work world, but I won’t mislead you with a lot of unnecessary jargon.