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Lewis And Wilkins LLP serves clients in many industries from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies with a focus in the industries below. The attorneys at Lewis And Wilkins LLP also serve local and state governments, religious entities, and non-profits.


Indianapolis Legal ServicesWhether you are forming a new venture, expanding or deciding how to divest of your business, the attorneys at Lewis And Wilkins can help you weigh the risks and use the proper vehicle for your situation.


Indianapolis Construction Law ServicesOur attorneys are well versed on construction law and the construction industry. Lewis And Wilkins has provided clients in Indianapolis and beyond legal services for both industrial and commercial clients. We work with our clients to make sure they avoid issues that could result in litigation.


Enegry Companies Legal ServicesThe world continues to search for ways to produce energy in efficient and inexpensive ways.  Whether it is federal or state compliance, negotiations, due diligence, business counseling, or litigation, Lewis And Wilkins LLP represents clients in the multifaceted energy industry.


Indianapolis Franchise LawyerYou’ve created a business model that is successful and you are ready to franchise your success. Our attorneys have served as council for franchisors who are ready to grow their footprint. The lawyers at Lewis And Wilkins, LLP also work with franchisees to help guide them through the process of establishing a franchised business.

Health Care

Legal Services for Health CareLewis And Wilkins represent healthcare providers in comprehensive regulatory issues, including licensure and certification, and in actions taken by their employers, such as peer reviews.

Real Estate

Real Estate Legal ServicesLewis And Wilkins LLP represents banks and businesses with the view that the more successful our clients are the more successful we will be. We work with businesses ranging from start-ups to mature operations on issues ranging from documenting financing and structuring the purchase or sale of assets to obtaining appropriate government grants.

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