Louisiana Liquor Business License and Occupational License Defense and Acquisition Law Firm

Our lawyers help new businesses get up and running without getting lost in the time-consuming and risky maze of licensing and permitting requirements.  Keogh Cox has helped companies throughout Louisiana with their business legal needs for over 40 years, including:

  • Initial business formation
  • Contracts and transactions
  • Compliance with local, state and federal regulations and license requirements
  • Resolution of business disputes and commercial litigation

Our firm helps clients get and preserve liquor licenses, business licenses, building and construction permits, contractor’s licenses and various professional licenses.

More details about our business and professional licenses practice

Whether you are a large corporation, small business, family-owned company, architect, engineer, construction contractor, doctor or other professional, you will likely need a business or professional license, such as:

  • Liquor licenses.  Class A liquor licenses for bars and restaurants to sell or serve alcohol on the premises, Class B liquor licenses for liquor stores that sell alcohol and Class C licenses for wholesale distributors of alcoholic beverages
  • Business licenses.  Filing a trade name or registering partnerships, S corporations, C corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs) and sole proprietorships with the Louisiana Secretary of State
  • Building permits.  Requirements for building permits and certificates of occupancy can vary from parish to parish
  • Contractor’s licenses.  For commercial construction companies, residential building contractors, mold remediation firms, home improvement contractors, and electrical and mechanical contractors
  • Professional licenses.  For architects, engineers, psychologists, health care facilities, clinics and nurses, as well as representation at disciplinary and license suspension hearings
We also provide aggressive defense in professional malpractice claims filed against engineers, doctors, dentists, attorneys, architects, nurses and other professionals licensed in Louisiana.