Business Law

Own Your Own Business? Buying or Selling a Business?

A significant part of the firm's business law practice involves business transactions and corporate law in New Jersey. The firm's approach to drafting contracts is simple: it strives to accurately and thoroughly prepare the underlying documentation and address issues of compliance and regulatory enforcement in a manner that is proactive. In other words, the firm seeks to prevent problems before they arise. Often, lawsuits can be avoided if the underlying agreements are drafted with precision and foresight.

Business Formations? Get professional and experienced advice. Don’t do it yourself. Incorporations, Limited Liability Companies and Partnerships. Have you consulted with your Tax Advisor?

Don’t get tricked into thinking this is something you can or should do on-line. If you are not sure as to the tax ramifications of a particular business formation, you may just be wasting your time and money. Get peace of mind by hiring an attorney who will provide you with the appropriate business formation taking into consideration your accountant’s recommendation.

There are often over looked documentation which is important. And the first thing the IRS asks for. Corporate formalities including operating agreements, meeting resolutions and corporate bylaws; shareholder agreements and stock pledge agreements; sale and purchase of a business; employment, severance and restrictive covenant agreements; employment manuals; distribution agreements; promissory notes, security agreements and applicable UCC filings; intellectual property licensing and assignment agreements; corporate Governance; commercial Real Estate purchases; commercial Leases; corporate workouts;  occupational Licensing; trademarks, Copyrights and Trade Secret; and invoice terms and conditions.

Hire a professional business attorney.