B U S I N E S S S E R V I C E S
We serve business organizations of all sizes, from startup businesses to mid-market companies and public companies with national and international presence, in the following practice areas:
The reputation of this practice area is built upon extensive experience and a thorough knowledge of all procedures and laws affecting business. Working independently or with in-house counsel, we practice in virtually all areas of business law, for companies ranging from sole proprietorships to major corporations. Trade regulation, corporate compliance, sales representation agents, employment and investor assignment agreements, franchising, securities and venture capital transactions are all within our purview. Other services include forming, acquiring and dissolving business entities, structuring public and private security offerings, and advising on environmental law and regulation compliance.
Commercial Real Estate, Lending and Zoning
Lending services are not confined to real estate matters. We regularly represent both lenders and borrowers in asset-based lending transactions, help startup companies establish credit lines, arrange debt refinancing, and locate operating or investment capital for businesses both large and small. In addition, we provide representation to both lenders and borrowers in distressed loan situations.
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