Today's business owners are faced with a number of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. One such obstacle is our current economy. The country's economic condition is a wildcard, something that no business can control. Most businesses hope to ride out the rough waves and turn a profit during periods of temporary stability. While the unstable economy makes it difficult for businesses of any size to generate significant profits, small business owners are struggling more than ever. Generally, small businesses are highly susceptible to economic fluctuations. It is obvious just driving through your local center of town that the economic condition that we now accept as the norm has had a significant impact on the ability of small businesses to stay afloat.
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Peter J. Lamont is a nationally recognized business and commercial litigation attorney in a wide variety of highly specialized areas within the kitchen, bath, construction and design industries. He routinely represents various national and international companies within the construction sector. He serves as general counsel to the world's oldest European kitchen company as well as to an international lighting design firm. Peter has successfully litigated matters on behalf of his clients throughout the United States and Canada.
Peter's business and commercial practice spans a wide spectrum, from commercial real estate to employment and human resources matters to corporate restructuring to litigation to intellectual property issues. He has also developed a Small Business Practice Group which provides high-quality business and legal advice and representation to small businesses at highly affordable prices.