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Business Transactions

Skilled, Professional Representation In Transactional Business And Commercial Matters

Like individuals, businesses are expected to comply with all relevant laws in New Jersey and face different challenges and potential legal pitfalls in dealing with employees and contracting with others. We handle a full spectrum of transactional law issues, including all types of formation matters such as:

  • Developing articles of incorporation
  • Drafting shareholder agreements
  • Ensuring compliance with corporate governance
  • Creating bylaws
  • Drafting employment contracts and employee policies
  • Drafting and enforcing lease contracts and operating agreements
  • Protecting against personal liabilities

Many business disputes can be prevented if the proper steps are taken initially to ensure that all your business interests are protected and your contracts are carefully drafted, reviewed and negotiated. We are there for our clients when they are faced with litigation, but we would rather stop legal problems before they arise. We know how to do this by putting the “common sense” back into the law, and work through your contract documents and make suggestions for your business. Let us help you focus on your business by allowing us to focus on you.

At Salomon & Aquino, LLC, we take pride in representing the interests of New Jersey businesses – especially small and startup companies – and helping them succeed. We do not charge for an initial 30-minute consultation. Please contact our office today for more information about how we can provide valuable legal assistance for your business.

Call us for a FREE 30-minute consultation to see how we can help.

Business Formation

One of the first and possibly most important decisions you must make as a business owner is deciding the type of business entity to form for your venture. One primary benefit of starting a business as a corporation or as a limited liability company is if done right with proper guidance could help you avoid being personally responsible for any losses due to potential business risks. In some ways, it’s the cheapest form of “insurance” you could have. If not done or carried through properly, however, you could be lulled into a false sense of security. Let us help you form your business properly to get you the greatest continued protection that the law allows.

Helping With NDAs, Employment Contracts, Business Agreements And More

Every business transaction from a verbal agreement to a purchase to an employer’s dealings with its employees has the potential to result in serious legal and financial consequences if not handled properly.

Just as you visit a doctor each year for a physical examination or take your car to an auto shop for a tuneup, we recommend that you visit us for a FREE 30-minute business attorney consultationc so that we can review your form agreements and give you concrete suggestions that will ensure your agreements contain the proper protective language.

We have attorneys for business contracts, who assist our clients with their business needs as they grow and evolve. Typically, as our clients’ business grow, their human resource needs increase requiring better employment agreements, employee handbooks and anti-discrimination training to avoid costly issues down the road. We can assist you every step of the way in dealing with your employees.

Two important kinds of contracts common for businesses are nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) and employment agreements. When you have a brilliant idea for a product or a formula that will add value to your business, it is only natural that you want to keep that information confidential. However, it is often necessary to employ the help of technicians and other individuals to bring the idea to fruition. Having people sign NDAs can help ensure that they will not disclose confidential information about your business – at least, not without legal consequences. In addition, you may want to have your employees sign contracts regarding their salary, benefits, responsibilities and other terms of the employment relationship. To avoid liability, you should always have an employment contract attorney help you develop these contracts.

Other examples of important business agreements with which we can assist you include:

  • Partnership and founders’ agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Sales contracts
  • Service level contracts
  • Stockholder agreements

Retain An Attorney For Your Business

Since many legal issues can arise throughout the life of a business, it can be frustrating to have to seek out an attorney every time you need assistance. However, it may turn out to be extremely beneficial to retain an experienced business law attorney who you can trust to help with all your legal matters. We will work closely with you to learn the specific goals of your business so that we can find the best solutions possible for any conflicts that arise. We believe that most business owners are reluctant to speak with an attorney before a problem develops because they are concerned about the cost. We understand.

That’s why we offer you a FREE 30-minute consultation with our attorney for business contracts. Let us listen to your needs and allow us to help you. We promise that you will leave our meeting feeling that it would have been too costly for you not to have called us.

We can also help with many additional business legal matters, including:

  • Commercial lease agreements
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Permits and licenses
  • Compliance with employment laws
  • Corporate and securities matters
  • Fiduciary duty advice

We are committed to providing our business clients with personal attention and plain honest advice. We seek to build a lasting relationship with you and welcome the opportunity to do so. Call us for your FREE 30-minute consultation. That might be one of the best decisions that your business has made.

Call Us To Discuss Your Business Transaction Needs

At Salomon & Aquino, LLC, we believe that putting the client first by giving straightforward, commonsense advice for their business needs is in their best interests. If you would like more information about how we can help with your business law needs, or want to schedule your FREE consultation, give us a call at 973-278-1124.