All Matters of Business Law
Business law consists of many different areas including: Contracts, the law of Corporations and other Business Organizations, Securities Law, Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Secured Transactions, Commercial Paper, Income Tax, Pensions & Benefits, Trusts & Estates, Immigration Law, Labor Law, Employment Law and Bankruptcy. It is a branch of law that examines topics that impact the operation of a business. Our attorneys advise both newly formed and established businesses in all matters, including incorporations, commercial contract negotiations, corporate dissolutions and the preparation of shareholder, employment and capital financing agreements. Whether your business is a start-up or a well-established entity, Handel & Carlini, LLP provides invaluable legal insight into various internal company issues as well as commercial exchanges. To better understand the role of business law within the legal system, it helps to view businesses as entities separate from their owners and employees. Whilst the term company or business law is colloquially used interchangeably with corporate law, business law often refers to wider concepts of commercial law, that is, the law relating to commercial or business related activities. In some cases, this may include matters relating to corporate governance or financial law. When used as a substitute for corporate law, business law means the law relating to the business corporation (or business enterprises), i.e. capital raising (through equity or debt), company formation, registration, etc. Our attorney’s at Handel & Carlini, LLP, can capably manage the negotiation, creation and review of legal agreements for: · Partnership formation and dissolution · Shareholder relations · Commercial leases · Employment, personal services and consulting · Sales representative compensation · Terms and conditions for purchase orders and invoices To schedule a free initial consultation with a business and commercial law attorney from Handel & Carlini, LLP, call 845-454-2221 or contact the firm’s office online.
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