Most small businesses have a handful of regulations to follow, but for restaurants, bars, and breweries, the list is even longer. When you have a company that deals with any kind of food or alcoholic products, it’s imperative that you do your due diligence, to protect yourself legally. This may take many forms, including staying on top of inspections and licensing, securing the right commercial property, mitigating lawsuit risk, and prioritizing worker safety. If you are looking to open a new restaurant, bar, or brewery, you’ve come to the right place. The law office of Megan Amelung is proud to represent these kinds of companies throughout the Eugene area, and we are well-versed in all the legal aspects that apply to you.
In today’s litigious society, it’s not uncommon to hear stories of restaurants or bars being sued or having their licenses revoked for things like unsafe working conditions, foodborne illness, serving alcohol to minors, and other infractions. However, with our legal experience and tenacious representation, you can reduce your company’s risk of such things, and have the legal leverage you need to deal with customer complaints, employee relationships, and more. Because the restaurant and bar industry is subject to additional regulations, having an experienced business lawyer on board is one of the best investments you can make in the future of your brand. Megan Amelung can assist you with filing legal paperwork, protecting your intellectual property, drafting contracts for vendors and employees, and helping you manage your daily operations.
Don’t leave your restaurant, brewery, or bar vulnerable to legal hassle or loss. Come to our law firm instead, and request your free consultation. We serve the counties of: Douglas, Coos, Lane, Benton, Lincoln, Linn, and Deschutes.