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

Business Succession

Business Litigation

Strategic Alliances/Joint


Purchases and Sales of
   Professional Practices

Business Financing

Licensing Agreements

Professional Entities (LLPs,
   PLLCs and PCs)

Contract Drafting and

Internet and Computer

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.