Retail Industry

Every day a retailer operates its business, it exposes itself to a multitude of potential liabilities and legal risks. Due to the unique and ever-changing landscape in which they operate, retail companies need attorneys who understand their legal challenges as well as their business objectives. The multi-state and multi-discipline retail practice at Chartwell Law has experienced attorneys who defend and counsel retailers in a variety of matters ranging from resolving business disputes, to handling workplace and employee issues, and to defending general liability and workers’ compensation claims.

Chartwell Law represents and counsels retail companies who operate in brick and mortar or e-commerce stores located in numerous geographic markets, have varying business structures and workforce sizes, and serve vast a range of consumer segments. Our retail clients often have multi-state or multi-national operations who are either self-insured organizations or insure themselves through insurance carriers. Our client roster includes some of the largest and most successful retail businesses in the country.

From our offices that span across the country, the attorneys in the Retail Practice Group at Chartwell Law are experienced in handling multi-jurisdictional issues that often daunt a business with operations that cross state lines.

Our retail industry clients include:

• Big box retailers

• Convenience retailers

• Department stores

• Discount retailers

• E-commerce retailers

• Flash and pop-up retail

• Franchisees and franchisors

• Grocery stores and supermarkets

• Luxury brand retailers

• National and regional retail chains

• Pharmacies

• Specialty retailers

• Warehouse retailers

The attorneys in Chartwell Law’s Retail Practice Group provide in-house training to clients regarding best practices to mitigate risk, how to handle an incident when it occurs and a myriad of other topics impacting retail operations. Our blog The Retail Legalist provides updates and analysis on law and risk management impacting the retail industry.