Attorneys for Doctors, Dentists and Other Health Professionals
Business owners, particularly those in complex sectors like health care, need legal advice on many issues. From formation through retirement or dissolution of your business, you may face issues of organization, planning, financing, leasing and asset protection.
At Brian V. Ebert, P.C., we provide strategic counsel and representation focused on the specific needs of business owners and professionals in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and nationwide. Our law office is in Fairfax.
Our Areas of Practice
Whether you are considering the purchase or sale of commercial real estate or you are planning to enter a lease agreement, our lawyers will effectively protect your interests.
Creating Strong, Productive Partnerships With Our Clients
Our attorneys will engage with you to fully grasp your business objectives and legal concerns, in order to effectively protect your interests in areas ranging from contract negotiation to litigation of a complex dispute. We will take the time to understand the immediate issues you face, the unique attributes of your operation and your future objectives.
Our experience and your professional and business skills make for a successful team. We are committed to levels of collaboration and efficiency that lead to solid results. Our legal team brings a broad base of knowledge to address your needs, drawing from our experience in business, law, and issues confronting the medical profession and technology.
Business And Commercial Law.
Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C. & nationwide.
With Trial Experience
We are proven business lawyers with the ability to consult, advise, offer guidance and effectively litigate virtually any business-related dispute. This gives us leverage throughout the negotiation process and allows us to aggressively pursue your interests in court if necessary.
Due to the broad range of business and commercial law services we provide, we often serve as outside legal counsel for businesses that are not large enough to have in-house counsel.