An Internet Lawyer for Today's Advanced Online Business Challenges

At Beebe Law, PLLC we understand that "business as usual" can sometimes be a little less than "usual."  Contact us today to schedule an appointment to discuss you needs or concerns with any of the following:

Arizona Business Law Services

In-House Counsel Services

There is a reason attorneys are often called "counselors."  Any good business owner knows that they needs a solid second opinion on occasion and you don't have to be a big business in order to have an attorney "in your office" to get it.  Contact our office to discuss how you too, a small business, can have access to your own outside "In-House Counsel" to discuss with you concerns about employees, competitors, general business management and procedures or even help brainstorm your next big idea.  As an addition you can even schedule to have someone come in and give your employees a training on particular topics that may be causing issues, such as social media use.  Of course, every business is different and such arrangement should be uniquely tailored to your individual business needs (not a "one size fits all" approach like other programs).  To learn more about our In-House Counsel Services send us a message by using our fill in the blank form on our Contact page. 


Business Affairs handled by Beebe Law include:

  • Drafted operating agreement for business partners in the music instrument industry.
  • Consulted on a contract for a landscaping company as to rights and obligations under the same.
  • Drafted Business to Business service agreement for Social Media Marketing company.
  • Consulted with business client on concerns relating to employee wage garnishment order.
  • Consulted with handyman business relating to concerns with construction contractor failing to pay for services.
  • Drafted model release for physical therapy company with an eye towards use on social media.
  • Consulted on promissory note contract that a party had breached.
  • Consulted on non-compete clause in employment contract for employee wanting to go out on their own and start their own business.
  • Consulted on new business website concerns including forms, content, etc.
  • Drafted Non-Disclosure/Confidentiality Agreement for business concerned about Trade Secrets and employees.


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Business Resources

There is an abundance of resources available to businesses on the internet these days.  Some of the most popular sites that you may find helpful include the following:





  • Forms and Templates
  • Contract Formation for Products and Services (B2B and B2C) including, but not limited to, Master Service Agreements (MSA), Scope of Work (SOW), and Software as a Service (SaaS). 
  • Contract Review and Negotiation
  • Demand Letters
  • Business Start Up Documentation (LLCs, Articles of Organization, Operating Agreements)
  • Policies and Procedures Manuals
  • Non-Disclosure (NDA) and Confidentiality Agreements
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Status and Agreements
  • Lease Review and Negotiation
  • Review Business Advertising/Marketing Emails for Compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act