Marlena T. – (client) – “I just wanted to thank you so, so very much for the way you have handled and treated me throughout this process. The letter you wrote was very powerful and just excellent! You have been a pleasure to work with and I will talk to my brother and sister in law to meet with you and guide them with the business.”
Lisa P. – (client) – “I recently hired William Boznos to assist with a hearing I had with the Labor Board for a wage claim against my former employer. Mr. Boznos was professional, honest, and knowledgeable. He was always reachable, he actually answered the phone when I called or would call back quickly and responded to emails as well. He will work for his client and do what you ask. He has a very good work ethic, I definitely recommend Mr. Boznos.”
Greg S. (client) – “The guy you want in your corner… I’ve worked with Bill on two separate occasions…
The first time was when I was backed into a corner and needed someone to help me to force my former employer to honor the terms of my employment contract. Bill went through my contract and gave me the ammo necessary to protect my business interests.
Most recently, my son was ticketed for a car accident while on a graduated license. There was a good chance he would lose his license. Bill put us at ease immediately. Bill represented him and managed to negotiate a deal where he kept his license and received 6 months of court supervision.”
Sandra B. (Attorney) – “I am an attorney working in some of the same areas of law as Bill Boznos and have worked opposite him on several transactions. He is very knowledgeable in contract law. He is very attentive to his files, and returns phone calls almost immediately. He is also courteous and very organized. I had a very good experience working with him.”
Brent O. (Attorney) – “I had the pleasure of working with Bill on a business acquisition recently. Although the transaction was multi-faceted and there were unique issues, we stayed on schedule, closed as expected and enjoyed the process. Bill is professional, thorough, efficient and attuned to the business purposes of a deal without sacrificing any legal requirements.”
Jason S. (client) – “I sincerely appreciate your reviewing my case and offering of sound advice. You’ve earned a client.”
Kim K. (client) – “I engaged with Bill to review a Franchise Disclosure Document and Contract, prior to making a decision about whether or not to invest in the franchise. Bill helped me see specific aspects of the contract for concern and further consideration, and counseled me on the various aspects of setting up a franchise. His service to me was invaluable!”
Karen L. (client) – “I first started working with Mr. Boznos when I opened my business in 2012. I was totally new at being an employer, and Mr. Boznos made sure that I was doing things to the letter of the law. In the salon and spa industry there are a lot of people who do not pay their employees, legally, and I did not want to be one of those. So I have been expertly guided through all sorts of issues from hiring to firing to building strong company employee policies and finally incorporating my business.
He also handles all of our family’s legal needs. He helped us put together a special needs trust for one of our children that takes a lot of worry off of our shoulders. I give him a very enthusiastic and heartfelt 5 star recommendation.”
Daniel C. (Attorney) – “Bill was opposing counsel on a disputed matter and although our clients did not see eye to eye, Bill was a professional and capable advocate for his client.”
Greg A. (client) – “After corporate restructuring, Bill reviewed my severance package to be sure I was securing all the benefits I was entitled to within the severance program. When I started with my new company, Bill reviewed the non-compete clause to ensure that I was within the compliance structure.”
Find out how we can represent you in our Areas of Practice
- My Upcoming Panel on the Employment Law “Minefield”
- Nasty Pile Up at the Intersection of Divorce and Estate Planning
- Attorney William Boznos to Lecture on Protecting Confidential Business Information
- Are Non-Competes Right For Your Company?
- Setting Up A New Business While Still Employed. How Far Can You Go?