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Area of Practice

  • Business Formation and Transactions The law office of Zachary Hiller specializes in catering to the complete needs of its business and corporate clients from inception to final sale or dissolution. The firm is invaluable in guiding and representing clients with business transactions, mergers, acquisitions.
  • Civil Letigation No one wants to go to trial. However, sometimes, it is inevitable. From the second you walk into Mr. Hiller’s office for your initial consultation, he will begin thinking about how a jury might perceive your situation and will formulate a plan of action .
  • Contract Drafting and Negotiation Once a business is fully organized and operational, it will begin to enter into relationships with other businesses and individuals. In the old days, these relationships were governed by a simple handshake and maybe a note on a cocktail napkin.
  • Copyrights A copyright protects works of authorship like books, music, films, and other works of art that have tangibly expressed. Technically, a person has “common law” rights to a creative work once expressed in a “fixed medium.”

Representative Business

  • Construction Companies Like most assets, intellectual property can prove to be worthless if not positioned correctly in the marketplace. One common avenue of monetizing intellectual property is through licensing agreements.
  • Food Trucks A patent is a legal document granted by the government giving its owner the limited right to exclude others from making, using, or selling the technology protected by the patent. Patents are generally limited to the geographic country of issuance .
  • Government and Defense Contracters A trade is defined as any valuable business information that is not generally known and is subject to reasonable efforts to preserve confidentiality. Generally speaking, a trade secret will be protected from exploitation.
  • Hunting Lodges The Law Office of Zachary Hiller can assist in determining whether keeping a specific process or invention as a trade secret is the most advantageous for you and your business. Since other forms of protection are limited.