Small Business

NY, NJ and CT Small Businesses

 

No matter what your business and what your industry, your New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business is likely operates with residents of each of these three states and more. For many who work in New York, they live in New Jersey or Connecticut, a similar circumstance for those who work in other states as well. When your business is serving a population that works, lives, and enjoys time in different states, you need a New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business lawyer that understands what to do and how to make the law work for you. For New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business, incorporation in one state while operating in the other could mean the difference between running afoul of the law or reaping a tax windfall.

 

Registration of business

 

New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business owners know that the state you register in is important when it comes to tax liability, employer responsibility, and worker protections. Our experienced New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business lawyers will work with you to help determine the most advantageous state for you to register your business in. Additionally, we can sit down with you prior to business formation to help make the decision to register your business as a for profit or a non-profit depending on your business models, aims, and goals. Our team of experts can work with your management team to ensure compliance with all necessary documents, reports, and legal filings that you may need to make on time and error-free.

 

Purchase of an existing business or investor due diligence

 

Purchasing an existing New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business or franchise is no small order. From checking the financial records to compliance with every applicable state and local law, our experienced lawyers can help shepherd a purchase of any New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business or franchise through with a minimum of worry on the part of the buyer for any compliance issues. Likewise, our firm has conducted countless due diligence operations for investors who are looking to provide capital, expertise or any other marketable good or service to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses. Working with our firm, we can ensure any investment you make is secure.

 

Licensing and Permits

 

Many types of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses depend on licenses and permits which comprise the largest part of their revenue stream. Our firm has worked with bars, restaurants, and others to obtain alcohol and beverage control licenses that allow for them to serve patrons either inside, via pickup, or, more recently, via third-party delivery apps. Our experienced attorneys have also worked with financial services firms to get the licenses they need to work on behalf of their clients. No matter what license your New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business needs, our firm can help you obtain it.

 

Contract Drafting, Review, and Negotiation

 

All New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses need contracts for a variety of reasons. From partnerships to employment agreements, our firm can represent you no matter the business transaction you encounter. Our experienced New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business attorneys have sat on the other side of the bargaining table when it comes to partnership or other collaborative agreements such as joint ventures. Our firm knows how to hammer out a deal which favors your interests. We’re also experienced in drafting and reviewing agreements for your New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business to use for contractors and employees which protects you to the fullest extent of the law. No matter what you need a contract for, our experienced team can draft, review, and negotiate the terms of your contract so you get the best result possible for yourself and your New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business.

 

Registration of IP Rights and License Agreements

 

For a great number of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses, their product is software, copyrighted or trademark material, or other intellectual property-related invention that needs to have the legal protections necessary to make sure you can continue to conduct business as usual. Our New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business attorneys have registered trademarks for a wide variety of businesses in various fields. Our legal team is also skilled in creating license agreements so multiple users can enjoy your creation while you retain full ownership rights. 

 

Closing down of business, sale of business, and business divorce

 

For many New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses, the closing down of a business, sale of business, or business divorce are necessary steps toward what some consider a successful conclusion. Our attorneys have worked on various transactions related to the closing down of businesses related to final wind up and sales of businesses to larger partners and buyers. Our New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business lawyers are also experienced in business divorce where one or more partners buy another out to help transition a business to a new ownership scheme.

 

Compliance

 

New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business compliance is a difficult task. From registration, filing of taxes and reports, and complying with the law no matter what the business’ legal obligations are. Our firm and its attorneys have specialized in full and complete compliance for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small businesses no matter the obligations imposed by federal, state, or local law. 

 

New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small business owners face a litany of decisions. Our firm can work to ensure that your small business is on the right track to make the best legal and business decisions for your future.

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