Minnesota Business Law Attorney

Business Law/Development


Paul Lelii represents clients from all walks of life, from the person new to the business world to the businessman who needs to secure representation to build real estate projects or business systems/models.

At the Paul Lelii Law Office, we help businesses reach their goals and achieve long-term success through effective planning, intelligent transactions, and aggressive litigation. Services provided include corporation formation, business plans, securities offerings, redevelopment projects, inventions (food systems), and other small business services. Schedule your consultation today. 1-888-401-LAW1. 

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Paul Lelii Law Office
International Plaza
7900 International Drive, STE 300, #7019
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Telephone: 952-395-4LAW (4529)
Fax: 1-888-711-5776 

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