Analysis, Creativity, Results – Creating Value and Managing Change
With consistent high-quality service and advice based on a deep and multifaceted understanding of business Jan Eveland provides insights that bring value to her clients.
By Documenting Change: Careful parties know that the exact wording of documents is important – both for what the document includes and for what it fails to include. Problems can also arise by accident, inexperience, or inattention. Jan’s experience, careful listening, and attention to detail is key to her ability to guide clients through business and real estate transactions. Jan’s litigation experience informs her document drafting, knowing terms which are often disputed and the likely outcome in court. Jan has drafted hundreds of documents, including:
Letters of intent, buy-sell agreements, development agreements, contracts, articles of incorporation and organization, commercial and retail leases, bylaws and operating agreements, equipment leases, workouts, mergers, dissolutions, software escrow agreements, teaming agreements, partnership agreements, business sale contracts, corporate documents, opinion letters, and corporate transactional risk assessments.
By Protecting Progress: Once a businessperson has entered into an agreement, it is important to understand the obligations of the parties under that agreement. Whether the agreement is to pay for services or goods, purchase a company, pay rent, or develop real estate, the parties must understand their obligations and liabilities. If you are owed money, then you need to take effective action to be paid. If you owe money then you need to know how much you must legally pay. Jan has litigated business matters, including:
Litigation defense, commercial collections, claim and contract enforcement, preference action defense, bankruptcy proofs of claim, defense of subpoenas, ownership issues, dissolutions, workouts, and business disputes.
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Pamela J Bethel, Esq.
O’Riordan Bethel Law Firm, LLP