Our clients range from sole proprietorships, partnerships, and limited liability companies to large publicly traded corporations and international joint ventures. We also serve as outside and general counsel to nonprofits as well as family-owned and closely-held businesses.
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Our team of construction attorneys represents general contractors, design professionals, owners, developers, engineers, subcontractors, and materials suppliers. Our knowledge of the construction industry, combined with our representation of clients in all key roles, positions our attorneys to offer comprehensive legal services. Problems with nonpayment or delayed payment are common in the construction industry; protecting your mechanics’ liens, stop notices, and bond remedies are critical in receiving the payment you’ve earned. Collecting construction debt for our clients is one of the things we do every day. Our construction attorneys know how to connect and engage accounts receivable for contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, enforcing payment. If you want the best shot at getting paid, a lien is the most effective means. We know the ins and outs of complicated statutory timeframes for filing a lien on construction assets. Our construction lawyers will prepare your lien affidavit, file it with the County Clerk’s Office, and serve it as an enclosure to a strong demand letter. When you use a construction lawyer, the other side knows you are serious. If you are a subcontractor, material supplier, or laborer, your lien will also attach to your materials and the money owed to the general contractor by the property owner.
Experienced energy attorneys at Filippov Law Group understand diverse and complicated energy-industry challenges. The extensive resources of our energy team span various areas of the energy industry, including regulatory matters, preventive planning, commercial funding and financing, mergers and acquisitions, and divestitures. The creativity of our firm’s energy team provides our clients responsive and personalized solutions to energy issues locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Our team’s involvement begins with the conceptualization of an energy-related project and ends with a complete understanding of our clients’ business and operation, including transactional, regulatory, and investigative aspects. The experience of our attorneys in energy-business transactions includes:
- Purchases and sales of oil and gas properties
- Gathering issues
- Oil and gas marketing and transportation issues
- Production payments, as well as acquisition and project financing
- Pooling and unitization matters
- Operating agreements and gas-balancing questions
- Exploration and development deals
- Drilling project limited partnerships
- Formation of limited partnerships for drilling income program purposes
- Purchase and sale agreements relating to oil, gas, and other energy facilities, including pipelines and transmission systems
- Operating agreements
- Master service agreements
- Landowner issues
- Public utilities matters
- Permitting and compliance
- Environmental issues
In addition to transactions that relate to typical energy sources, Filippov Law Group attorneys also handle business matters relating to the new and alternative energy sources, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen (H2). We provide the legal acumen critical to players in today’s energy business.
Our knowledgeable team of healthcare attorneys, litigators, and business advisors provide efficient, practical, cost-effective guidance to healthcare providers. Whether facing collections, corporate, employment, licensing, audit review, compliance, or privacy issues, our healthcare-practice attorneys represent individual and group healthcare providers. Our legal teams also advise healthcare insurance providers, provider associations, and managed-care organizations. These attorneys are also well versed in Filippov’s other practice areas (e.g., litigation, labor and employment, business transactions, nonprofit entities, immigration, and asset protection) and can advise clients on a wide range of legal and operational matters that affect healthcare professionals and their industry.