Forming and running a business entails a host of legal decisions you must make that will have a lasting affect on its success. The type of entity you create, the agreements with your partners, vendors, employees and/or independent contractors, the provisions in your corporate lease, are all important parts of your business and simply cannot be ignored because they will control the amount of taxes you pay, what happens to your company after your disability or demise, what happens if you default on your commercial lease, what happens if someone sues your business, what happens if your partner or employee leaves and opens the same business next door. All of these issues must be dealt with in order to protect your company and to ensure its successful operation.

Our firm’s corporate services include:

  • Formation of entities (corporations, LLCs, etc.);
  • Drafting and negotiating agreements (partner, shareholder, member, buy/sell, non-compete, employee, independent contractor, vendor, service, promissory notes etc.)
  • Drafting and negotating leases
  • Litigation (commencing and prosecuting a lawsuit on your company’s behalf or defending a lawsuit)
  • Collection of delinquent accounts
  • Sale, purchase and dissolution of businesses
  • Sale and purchase of franchises

Under New York law, any incorporated business must be represented by an attorney in any New York Court. Accordingly, if your business is forced to defend a lawsuit against it or has a claim and wants to commence a lawsuit in any New York Court, you can only do so with an attorney.  On the other hand, our attorneys understand that the recession has hit businesses just as hard as it hit consumers.  Whether you need a contract drafted, important document reviewed, account collected or  require court representation, our highly qualified business law attorneys are here to help at reasonable fees, with fast and favorable results.

To speak directly to one of our attorneys, please call us at 718-332-2260 or fill out contact form to the right.

DISCLAIMER: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.