Our Work for Wholesale, Retail & Services Industry Clients
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Jones Walker's representation of wholesalers, retailers, and service industry companies involves a variety of matters that affect our clients' day-to-day operations. Our experience with clients in this industry spans several practice areas, including real estate, corporate and securities, labor and employment, tax, intellectual property, business and finance, and litigation. Notably, many of these matters involve transactions with an international scope. Attorneys bring together years of experience in their respective practice areas to meet clients' needs, and strive to provide high quality legal service at competitive rates.

Our experience in this field includes:

  • Tax advices
  • Defense litigation, including EEOC, Title VII, FLSA, and Jones Act claims
  • Retaliation, whistle-blower, and emotional distress claims
  • Intellectual property advices, including trademark application in the United States and abroad
  • Trademark application preparation and prosecution
  • Public debt and bank refinancing
  • Class action defense, including antitrust class action defense
  • Worker's compensation matters
  • Arbitration
  • Contract advices
  • Corporate governance committee matters
  • Antitrust advices
  • Forming jointly owned investment management firms
  • Strategic planning and examination of strategic alternatives
  • Representation on general matters relating to a revolving line of credit, including amendments, waivers, consents, and general compliance matters
  • Securities law matters
  • Antitrust matters
  • Franchise acquisition advices
  • Lease preparation and execution
  • Property acquisition for construction of new retail outlets
  • Utility, sign, and other easements
  • Servitude agreements
  • Copyright infringement litigation
  • Advice regarding damage to buildings from natural disasters
  • Land donation and sale
  • Purchasing new distribution centers
  • Product liability actions and claims
  • Refinancing notes
  • Office of Federal Compliance Contract Programs (OFCCP) audits by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • Commercial e-mail distribution and marketing matters
  • Conducting harassment training sessions for clients' employees