Our Business Law Attorneys represent businesses of all sizes in a variety of corporate and litigation matters.
Meyerson, Fox & Conte, P.A. has significant experience representing businesses and entrepreneurs in a broad range of legal services. Our attorneys pride themselves on serving as counselors to businesses and their owners. As counselors, our goal is always to provide a sounding board and offer clients advice and legal guidance so that the business is on strong legal footing and is positioned to achieve success. We are regularly called upon by our clients for array of legal services, ranging from corporate formation to negotiating commercial transactions, such as franchise agreements, contract issues, acquisition of commercial property, shareholder agreements, operating agreements, confidentiality agreements, and employment agreements.
We serve as corporate counsel for many corporations, both large and small, and we advise businesses ranging from physicians’ offices, banks, and schools to sports organizations and nonprofit entities.
Corporate and Limited Liability Company formations
MF&C’s attorneys have experience forming all types of corporate entities, ranging from C-Corps. to Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). In addition to preparing and submitting the necessary formation documents with the State, the firm’s business attorneys assist clients on drafting the documents needed to operate the business, such as Shareholder Agreements, Operating Agreements, Partnership Agreements and By-Laws.
Not for Profit and 501(c)(3) Corporations
MF&C regularly forms not for profit entities and assists not for profit corporations with becoming 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, including in the preparation and submission of documents with the IRS. The IRS recently amended the rules for how 501(c)(3) applications can be filed. MF&C is familiar with the online filing system and has successfully obtained 501(c)(3) status for its not for profit clients through the online system.
Contracts and Commercial Transactions
Contracts are an important part of any business operation. At MF&C, we draft, negotiate and review contracts for our business clients. Contracts range from employment agreements to commercial loan agreements to agreements for the acquisition of commercial property to everything in between. No matter the size or complexity of the Agreement, the firm’s attorneys are prepared to ensure your interests are protected and that your objectives are met.
In addition to transactional services, our business law attorneys are also litigators, prepared to pursue or protect against litigation. Our attorneys regularly represent our business clients in Federal and State Courts, in mediations, in arbitrations and in administrative proceedings. We have represented business clients in contract disputes, shareholder disagreements, collection matters, in defense of personal injury lawsuits and breach of lease agreements, among others.
Commercial Lease Agreements
The attorneys at MF&C regularly represent both tenants and landlords in the negotiation and drafting of commercial lease agreements, including single, double and triple net leases. Working with the firm’s business clients, our business attorneys ensure that the client’s interests are protected before any lease is executed.
Purchase or sale of Businesses
The purchase or sale of a business can be an exciting but stressful time for Buyers and Sellers of businesses alike. Our business attorneys counsel clients throughout the process, drafting the necessary paperwork and facilitating the contractual terms.
Corporate counsel for small to large sized businesses
During the course of running a business, legal issues are encountered on a regular basis. It is important that businesses have a law firm where they can turn to ask the questions both big and small that regularly arise. At MF&C, our attorneys advise clients on day-to-day business issues, ranging from the review of employment contracts to the considerations needed when hiring or terminating an employee. In addition, our attorneys assist clients in navigating regulatory or municipal matters that may impact a company’s operation.
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