We represent clients in a wide-variety of commercial transactions such as:

• Corporate and LLC formation, including resolutions and corporate bylaws and LLC operating agreements
• Shareholder agreements
• Sale and purchase of a business
• Employment, severance and restrictive covenant agreements
• Distribution agreements
• Promissory notes, security agreements and applicable UCC filings
• Intellectual property licensing and assignment agreements
• Corporate Governance
• Corporate Real Estate purchases
• Commercial Leases
• Occupational Licensing
• Trademarks, Copyrights and Trade Secret
• Invoice terms and conditions

Our commercial litigation practice includes the following:

• Breach of contract
• Fraud and business interference matters
• Commercial landlord-tenant disputes
• Collections and commercial lien filings
• Intellectual Property infringement suits
• Administrative law proceedings before State and Federal regulatory bodies

We represent many small businesses. Many of them are growing businesses that recognize a need for expert business attorneys to guide them to the next level. We work closely with our clients to find creative and cost-effective solutions.

We offer small businesses the following services:

• Forming and registering legal entities in New Jersey and New York
• Obtaining the tax identification number for the entity
• Drafting corporate bylaws or an operating agreement for the new entity
• Drafting a set of organizational resolutions for the initial action by the limited liability company’s members or the corporation’s board of directors
• Issuing membership certificates for a limited liability company or shares for a corporation
• Completing the ownership ledger
• Filing copyrights and trademarks to protect the business’s intellectual property
• Preparing distributor agreements
• Preparing customer agreements,  website terms and conditions and Privacy policies
• Preparing employment agreements, manuals and surrounding documentation
• Reviewing commercial leases
• Assisting with collection of small accounts receivable
• Providing general commercial law advice and guidance.

We advise foreign companies that operate in the U.S. market in the following areas:

• Regulatory filings, such as the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ (BEA) surveys of foreign direct investment in the United States, as required by the United States Department of Commerce
• Entity formation for Subsidiary companies
• Intellectual property protection, such as copyrights and trademarks
• Commercial leases and the purchase of real estate
• Sale and distribution agreements
• Licensing agreements
• Employment and independent contractor agreements
• E-commerce agreements and legal notices.