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San Jose Business Law Firm
Our attorneys have more than 35 years of legal experience and have guided startup ventures and long-established businesses with a broad scope of issues. We have counseled and aided clients with concerns including mergers and acquisitions, contracts, business operations, corporate governance, and disputes, among others. While we draw on our prior knowledge, our law office team recognizes that every case is unique. We sit down with clients to understand their specific situations and customize our approach to suit their unique needs and objectives.
We work closely with our clients, serving as trusted partners and looking out for their best interests. Our team provides regular status updates so entrepreneurs are prepared to make informed business and legal decisions. We pride ourselves on providing accessible service, striving to promptly respond to e-mails and phone calls, and we offer free initial consultations.
With additional office locations in Morgan Hill and Fremont, California, our team at The Law Offices of Steven E. Springer serves clients in a range of industries, including manufacturing, health care, software development, residential and commercial construction, and retail sales, throughout Santa Clara. For the convenience of those we represent, we accept credit card payments.
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About Law Offices of Steven E. Springer
- Business Law
95 South Market StreetSuite 300 San Jose, CA 95113- 2350
- (408) 779-4883
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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