Our Practice
The Firm has made a strategic decision to focus our talents, resources and energy in a few areas of practice in order to be best able to provide value to our clients. Our Firm represents commercial as well as not-for-profit entities in various industries, including technology, bioscience and health care, real estate, equipment and aircraft finance and leasing, hospitality, fashion, venture capital, insurance, banking and finance, retail businesses and professional services providers.

Our Firm offers sophisticated corporate law advice and services to individuals as well as businesses ranging from small establishments to multinational companies operating internationally.

We advise clients in determining which form of entity is best suited to their needs and in structuring new legal entities, including partnerships, limited liability companies, C corporations, S corporations and special purpose entities. We also advise on issues relating to real estate holding company structures, internal restructurings and conversions. We also assist with debt/equity considerations, initial capitalization, buy-sell agreements, and arrangements with vendors, suppliers and lenders.

From business planning to day-to-day operations and complex transactions, the Firm provides assistance to clients with negotiating and structuring transactions and drafting contracts reflecting the underlying deal.

Contractual issues on which the Firm advises include:
  • Mergers and acquisitions (including sale and purchase of assets and businesses)
  • Joint ventures (including research and development agreements)
  • Franchising, licensing, agency, service, supply and distributorship
  • Employment agreements, independent contractor agreements and non-compete agreements
  • Technology and Internet agreements (including software development and servicing agreements)
  • Corporate restructuring
  • Workout agreements
  • Financing agreements
  • Dissolution and wind-up (non-litigated split-ups or wind-downs, including departing partner/shareholder buy-out agreements)