At The Law Office of Christopher J. Mutchler, we only represent small businesses. As a result, we understand the needs of the average small business owner pretty well. We know your small business operates very differently than a Fortune 500 company, and we cater to that.
We understand that small businesses don’t have the same resources as large corporations. Unfortunately, the two have some very similar issues. Consequently, the problems of small businesses are often compounded by their inability to obtain legal solutions that are both effective and affordable. At the Law Office of Christopher J. Mutchler, we strive to break this mold. We offer flexible fee structuring for your small business, including payment plans, contingency work, and low flat fees.
At the Law Office of Christopher J. Mutchler, we aim to provide small businesses with the same effective representation as Big Law at a fraction of the price. Whether you are forming your first LLC or preparing your third biotechnology start up for public sale, we’ve got you covered.
Business isn’t what it used to be. In 2019, your average business owner is not the same person who it was twenty years ago. At the Law Office of Christopher J. Mutchler, we know that, and we make sure our practice reflects it. Contingency fee based business torts, copyright filings, opinions of non-infringement… whatever your business needs, we have your back!
If you’ve got a great idea for starting a business, we want to hear about it!
Christopher J. Mutchler is a life-long Wethersfield, Connecticut resident. In addition to his juris doctorate, he holds a bachelor’s of science in biomedical engineering. He is the acting intellectual property co-chair of the Connecticut Bar Association YLS, and is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. During law school, Christopher Mutchler served as the President of the Intellectual Property Law Association and the Health Law Association. Christopher also served as a Lex Brevis staff writer, where he published several articles, including:
United States v. Texas: A Vast Oversimplification of What’s Really At Stake, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, April 2016, pg. 14.
On the Paradox of Legislation Social Issues, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, September 2016, pg. 10.
Snapchat: Innocent Fun, or Statutory Bar to Patentability?, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, October 2016, pg. 11.
Protected Speech in the Digital Age, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, November, 2016, pg. 6.
License Trolling, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, January 2017, pg. 3.
The Question of Unabridged Freedom of Speech in the Academic Context, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, April 2017, pg. 23.
The Doctrine of Unintended Consequences and the Law, Christopher J. Mutchler, Lex Brevis, May 2017, pg. 20.
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Wethersfield, CT 06109