SMALL BATCH LAW
Business Solutions | Legal Perspective
ABOUT SMALL BATCH LAW
At Small Batch Law we believe that you get the best value from us when we understand you. Your business, your goals, your passion. And we ought to know. Our principal attorney, Eli Woyke, worked in-house for 16 years honing his ability to serve business needs, not law firm needs. Routinely hiring counsel to assist in his general counsel duties taught him what businesses want and don’t want from their counsel. It is our goal to bring that experience to you. Balancing focused expertise with a comprehensive approach, Small Batch Law advises on design, engineering, and construction matters along with the acquisition, sale, and leasing of real estate. We combine these with business formation and estate planning services to align our client’s immediate needs with their longer-term goals. By anticipating and addressing future challenges we clear a path for our clients, allowing them to achieve their objectives.
SMALL BATCH LAW SERVICES
Stucture your business to follow your strategy. Whether you are talking about your organizational structure or how you structure your business, these decision can have a big impact on your ability to accomplish your goals. We can help.
Need a construction contract reviewed? We’ve done that. Need help negotiating a lease? Been there. Whether it is advising on design, engineering, and construction matters or the acquisition, sale, and leasing of real estate, we can help.
Your life changes and so do your estate planning needs. Where do you start? Estate planning doesn’t have to be done all at once. We can help you take a practical approach by tackling the low hanging fruit while you work on finalizing your estate plan.
Rememeber. These resources are provided by Small Batch Law for educational and informational purposes only and are not legal counseling. No attorney-client relationship is created, nor is there any offer to provide legal services by the distribution of these publications. Always consult an attorney before relying on the information in these resources.
Complexity increases cost. A letter of intent is less complex than the lease and therefore quicker (and cheaper) to draft, review, and negotiate.