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Las Vegas business attorney offers help for large and small firms

Updated: Dec 17, 2020


John O'Reilly of O'Reilly Law Group, a Las Vegas business attorney with decades of experience in serving the Southern Nevada community, discusses the value of consulting with a business lawyer for the owners of businesses of any size.


Whether yours is a family business or a large multinational business enterprise, a consultation with O'Reilly Law Group may help.


Although their specific needs may vary, the reality is that many of their basic needs are quite similar, according to O'Reilly.


"The most basic need is to retain a law firm to work on matters and assist you in identifying and addressing legal issues before they become legal problems," O'Reilly says. "It can truly be said that an ounce of prevention is far cheaper than a pound of cure."

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