New York Business & Non-profit Attorneys
Businesses have very distinct legal needs compared to individuals. While a person may go through life requiring legal counsel very infrequently, a business will likely need the guidance of a good attorney from the initial incorporation until dissolution or sale of the company. Business owners face legal concerns on an almost daily basis. These issues may include patents, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, taxation, partnerships and civil litigation. Non-profit organizations often encounter additional issues, like fundraising, lobbying, grant writing, and volunteer concerns. The field of business law is complicated and should not be navigated without the guidance of a capable professional. If you are looking to form a business, or if your company has encountered a legal complication, you would be wise to contact a business law attorney as soon as possible.