Reliable Business Law Advisors And Litigators

Businesses throughout South Central Kentucky trust Harlin Parker for legal advice and litigation representation. The firm's business law practice minimizes our clients' liability and reduces the risk of costly litigation. Clients can therefore focus on their business' operations and long-term success.

Transactional Assistance And Advice

Harlin Parker's business law attorneys are Mark D. Alcott, Robert C. Chaudoin and Marc A. Lovell. They focus equally on transactional work and commercial litigation. Their advice on matters like forming a new business, ownership succession and real estate transactions is based on the client's best interests. Business owners can rely on Harlin Parker for assistance with minimizing their personal liability and establishing a corporate structure that allows them to do business according to their individual goals.

The firm is also available to assist with contract negotiations and document review.

Successful Commercial Litigators

Mark, Robert and Marc have extensive business litigation experience. They have represented companies in a wide range of business areas, including construction, banking, real estate, retail and commercial transportation.

Our business attorneys represent both small and large companies in court. They regularly take cases to trial at both the state and federal levels. As one of Kentucky's oldest law firms, Harlin Parker is known across the state for providing straightforward advice and effective representation in court.

The firm combines a century-long tradition of excellence with a commitment to remaining at the forefront of changes to the law and technology in order to provide clients the best possible service.

High-Quality Representation For Any Kentucky Business

From a small business perspective, retaining an attorney can save considerable time and expense. To speak to one of Harlin Parker's business lawyers, please call 270-495-0562. The firm can also be reached by visiting the Contact page. We are located in Bowling Green.