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A business sale is a complex process. Often, it involves the interplay of business law, contract law, tax law and real estate law. We are here to help. Unlike many firms, we have considerable knowledge and experience in each of these areas of law.
We provide exceptional representation for business owners and potential business owners who wish to purchase or sell a business. If you want to schedule an appointment with a New York business attorney, please call us.
Commercial and Debt Disputes
Commercial Debts Disputes
Contract Defaults Disputes
General commercial litigation involves virtually every type of dispute that can arise in the business context, including breach of contract cases, partnership/joint venture disputes, class actions, business torts, civil RICO claims, breach of fiduciary duty allegations, and shareholder issues.
Our commercial litigators are able to assess the merits of a dispute and scale either a prosecution or defense that fits the legal and business needs of the client. While all cases must be litigated with an eye toward ultimately trying them, as seasoned commercial litigators, we understand that at all times they must strive to achieve the best possible result at a reasonable cost.
Contract Drafting and Review
Complicated Commercial Transaction
Huge Amount of Investment
Deserve Highly Qualified Attorneys
Contracts are one of the foundations of doing business, but they can be complex and hard to understand. Big companies have a team of lawyers to draft one-sided contracts and take advantage of business owners who try to negotiate on their own. Whether you are creating a new contract form, reviewing a contract, or negotiating a relationship, having the help of an experienced contract attorney can help reduce time and expense, manage risk, avoid unnecessary disputes, limit liability, and avoid unintended legal consequences. Many clients don’t believe big company master service agreements are subject to negotiation, but they are.
We know the implications a bad contract can have on your business. Signing a contract before an attorney reviews it could mean unknowingly agreeing to unfair terms or unfavorable conditions. Negotiating contracts on your own can be difficult and result in a less beneficial agreement. To best protect your business, contracts must be well-written to ensure enforceability and not so one sided as to shift all exposure and liability to you. Our contract attorneys can handle all of your contract concerns to assist you in obtaining the best outcome for your business. If you can describe it, we can write it.
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Limited Partnership (LP)
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Complicated procedures are required in order to establish a company in United States. The company must be registered in compliance with federal, state, and city statues and regulations. Furthermore, every trade and industry has its own trade reglation, which also must be observed.
Starting a business is a milestone that requires careful consideration and a hefty dose of courage. It can be immensely rewarding to see your ideas come to fruition. However, achieving prosperity requires laying a foundation of careful decision-making and hard work while your business is still in its infancy. We help businesses make strategic choices from the outset. Our business formation attorneys represent both established entrepreneurs and startups. We believe that innovation is critical to a flourishing economy, and to that end, we invest a hands-on approach to help local businesses succeed.
Tenants in Default?
Landlord Difficult to Get Along with?
Defend Your Lawful Rights,
With Fixed and Predetermined Fees.
A shareholder agreement establishes the rights and responsibilities of all shareholders, who own a share of stock in a public or private corporation and describes how the company should be operated. If your company has multiple shareholders, it is recommended you implement a shareholders agreement. We can help your company draft a shareholders agreement, so your business can run more smoothly.
These are simply some of the many issues a shareholder agreement can address -- and each of these provisions can be structured in myriad ways, depending on your current needs and future plans. A lawyer can walk you through the significance and consequence of each of these decisions and craft a shareholder agreement tailored to your business.
Defensive Benefit by
Avoiding Infringement Lawsuits
Affirmative Benefit by
Initiating Infringement Lawsuits
A trademark is a recognizable insignia, phrase or symbol that denotes a specific product or service and legally differentiates it from all other products. A trademark serves to exclusively identify a product or service with a specific company, and is a recognition of that company's ownership of the brand. Trademarked products are generally considered a form of property.
Trademark help customer to establish a connection between the company and its good reputation. In advertising, trademarks are easier to be remembered than those introductory words. One of the main purposes of having a product trademarked is to protect the product from being used without permission of the source company.