Perry represents business owners in both transactional and litigation matters, as well as appeals with issues affecting both their business and in planning for the end of life and incapacity. He helps his business clients with protecting their assets in the event of a judgment against the business, a divorce or legal separation, and in the event of a death or incapacity of a business owner. In addition, he helps business owners with drafting and enforcing commercial leases, non-compete agreements, employment agreements, employee manuals, and numerous other types of contracts.
Furthermore, he assists non-profits in obtaining 501(c)(3) charitable status, implementing conflict-of-interest and other governing policies. Perry also drafts and assists for-profit and non-profit businesses in implementing policies affecting employees, such as vacation pay, medical leave, and avoiding sexual harassment. He also assists clients with estate planning: trusts, wills, business succession planning, health care directives and powers of attorney.