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Business Consultation and Commercial Litigation

The attorneys at Worst & Associates, PC have extensive experience counseling and advising business clients throughout southern Idaho. We understand that running the business you have built up is a multi-faceted endeavor that necessarily entails both simple and complex interactions with customers, other businesses, and those owning and managing the company itself.  We provide practical, useful guidance starting with the most simplistic, straight-forward options available.  After consultation with the client, we are then able to provide guidance such as choice of business entities (LLCs, corporations, partnerships) and preparation of various documents that may include Articles of Organization, Operating Agreements, Bylaws, Shareholder Agreements, Minutes of Special Meetings, Buy-Sell Agreements, Employment Agreements, Severance Agreements, Non-Compete, Non-Disclosure and Non-Solicitation agreements. 

Although Worst & Associates, PC makes every effort to minimize the risk of litigation for its clients, sometimes controversies cannot be avoided.  In those instances, our attorneys have the experience and know-how to effectively prosecute or defend lawsuits involving breach of contract, violations of the Idaho Trade Secrets Act, violations of the Idaho Consumer Protection Act, shareholder disputes, non-competition agreements, embezzlement, fraud, and virtually all claims arising from the operation of a business and related commercial transactions.


When it comes to business transactions, a thorough and clear written contract is imperative to protecting and preserving the business for years to come.

When buying or selling a business, entering a shareholder agreement, drafting a promissory note or operating agreement, language is everything to make certain the contract is valid. Whether a business or individual requires our services from start to finish or simply to review an existing contract, Worst & Associates, PC is here to provide the guidance business owners need.