Romero Park P.S. is a boutique business and dispute resolution firm, focusing on the areas of construction, real estate, land use, employment, intellectual property and estate planning.
Our highest priority is to provide timely, effective legal advice and assistance to all our clients. We realize that many of our clients were referred to us by past clients and by other attorneys. Our clients' satisfaction is of utmost importance to us. We focus our practice on meeting the needs of privately owned businesses, including: individual entrepreneurs, manufacturers, professional practice groups, real estate investors, construction and development companies, and insurance companies. We have the experience, expertise, and capacity to provide quality legal services in all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing, computer law, internet law, and unfair competition. We also offer a wide range of business legal services, including: litigation, mediation, alternative dispute resolution, incorporation, formation of partnerships, establishment of limited liability companies, purchase and sale of businesses and business interests, mergers of business entities, financing transactions, licensing, corporate and general business matters, employment issues, and real estate transactions.
Our first and foremost objective is to help our clients meet their goals in a way that prevents unnecessary costs, losses and aggravation. We believe that businesses are best served by a preventative approach to legal issues. Our experience has proven the adage that an ounce of prevention is worth much more than a pound of cure. For example, intellectual property rights should be obtained at the earliest possible stages of a project to secure your legal position and avoid costly problems. A clearly written, detailed business agreement can prevent time-consuming and costly disputes by eliminating misunderstandings and confusion at the outset of a project. A careful review of a real estate seller's title and warranties can protect a buyer from unanticipated losses of important property rights.