Business Law

Business Law

From the initial start-up to dissolution or sale of the company, it is important that business owners have legal counsel on Long Island. One of the first steps in starting a business is to determine what type of business structure is best for the business and the interests of the entrepreneur. Once a business is formed and begins operating, business owners face legal issues and concerns on a daily basis. Among the issues for which Haley Weinblatt & Calcagni, LLP provides legal counsel to New York business owners are:

Outside General Counsel

Business Formation

Buy-Sell Agreements, LLC
   Operating Agreements and
   Partnership Agreements

Purchases and Sales of
   Businesses

Business Succession

Business Litigation

Strategic Alliances/Joint
   Ventures

Employment/Consulting
   Agreements

Purchases and Sales of
   Professional Practices

Business Financing

Licensing Agreements

Professional Entities (LLPs,
   PLLCs and PCs)

Contract Drafting and
   Negotiation

Internet and Computer
   Contracts

Business Dissolutions

Franchise Purchases

Non-Compete and
   Non-Disclosure Agreements

Structuring and Documenting
   Business Transactions

Securities Law

 

Business Succession

Business owners in New York have special considerations when planning for their futures, including concerns like: Who will manage the business in the event of my death or incapacity? How can I ensure that my family will be supported by business income after retirement?

With concentrations in elder law and estate planning, as well as business law, the attorneys of Haley Weinblatt & Calcagni, LLP are experienced in working with their business clients to develop business succession plans to protect their families and businesses on Long Island.