We understand the needs of small and mid-sized businesses. We understand the value of solid relationships, honest advice, prompt response and practical solutions. After all, we have our own business to run, and we face many of the same risks that our own clients live with every day.
To learn how your company can benefit from the advice of business law attorneys who can cover the full range of your legal needs while working toward the achievement of your immediate and long-range business objectives, contact our law firm for a free consultation.
Our attorneys have longstanding concentrations in such focused areas as taxation, commercial collections or liquor licensing. Others are versatile transactional attorneys who can help you protect the value of an opportunity across a range of legal disciplines. Most of our business lawyers are accomplished courtroom advocates who are ready to assert or defend your interests in court or at an administrative hearing whenever necessary.
Our objective is to cover the whole range of each business client's legal needs in such fields as retail, real estate, hospitality or the licensed professions.
Examples of the kinds of business transactions we handle include:
- Outside general counsel engagements
- Business entity selection and formation
- Purchase or sale of business assets, including franchise businesses
- Employment law advice and litigation
- State and federal tax issues
- Operation and sale of restaurant or bar businesses
- Liquor licensing
- Trademarks and service marks
- Regulatory, licensing and administrative law matters
- Real estate transactions
- Civil service law
Attorneys at our law firm are in the courtroom daily. We know what it takes to defend our clients' interests around the negotiation table, in business mediation or arbitration, or in court. Some of the business litigation matters we handle include:
- Real estate litigation, including landlord/tenant disputes
- Commercial and corporate litigation
- Collections and creditors' rights issues
- Employment disputes, including discrimination claims
- Commercial bankruptcy and mortgage foreclosure
- Defense of liquor licenses in enforcement proceedings
- Professional licensure defense
- Trade secrets litigation