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Andrew D Randol

Andrew D Randol

Experienced and responsive business and litigation attorney
  • Business Law, Employment Law, Construction Law...
  • Ohio
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Summary

Andrew D. Randol is a Columbus business and litigation attorney. Andrew works with a variety of businesses and entrepreneurs, guiding them through federal and state litigation. He has experience with litigating a number of issues, including breach of contract lawsuits, construction lawsuits, and consumer lawsuits.

Andrew’s practice also includes employment and labor law and employment litigation. He advises businesses on employment compliance, including wage and hour laws, employee and contractor classification, and Title VII and antidiscrimination laws. When employment issues do arise, Andrew has experience representing businesses in court and before various administrative agencies, including the Department of Labor and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

His construction practice entails work with construction companies, property owners, general contractors, and subcontractors. He counsels clients on mechanics’ liens, construction contracts, scope of work issues, consumer sales protection act, and the home solicitation sales act issues.

Andrew also advises companies and entrepreneurs on business transactional issues. He assists with drafting LLC and corporate governance documents, such as operating agreements corporate minute books, and with a range of business contracts include buy-sell agreements and master services agreements.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Employment Law
  • Construction Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Ohio
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Professional Experience
Attorney
Stevens Randol - Business Litigation Attorney
Current
Education
Ohio State University - Columbus
J.D.
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Ohio State University - Columbus
B.A.
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Professional Associations
Ohio State Bar Association
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Columbus Bar Association
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. What should I consider when starting an LLC in Ohio?
A: Hi: In the state of Ohio, you should have three things to start an LLC: your articles of organization (filed with the Ohio Secretary of State, your EIN (filed with the IRS), and an operating agreement (between you and the other members). The articles of organization and EIN are relatively simple. The operating agreement can be as simple or as complex as your case requires. For example, if you're a single member LLC, you only really need to address the major topics - statutory agent, capital contributions, units and percentage interest, and dissolving the company. If you have multiple members, you'll want to consider how the company is ran (members or managers), whether you need a board and/or officers, and certain accounting and tax filing components.
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Stevens Randol - Business Litigation Attorney
1689 E. Main Street Suite 201
Columbus, OH 43205
USA
Telephone: (614) 826-3100