Freehold Incorporation Attorneys
Incorporation • Transactions • Employment Agreements
Proper entity selection and drafting of solid contracts are critical components of the foundation for success in a new business venture. The experienced business and commercial law attorneys of Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers, P.C. have built a reputation for sound legal counsel and transactional representation over 30 years of serving Monmouth County and the surrounding areas of New Jersey.
If you are starting a business, acquiring assets to expand, or require legal help to protect your trade secrets, contact our Freehold, New Jersey, lawyers today.
Experienced business law attorneys Jerome Selvers and Peter Licata have helped countless start-up companies and established firms, plan for growth and prosperity. We advise clients on personal liability issues, and operational concerns of incorporation / formation, including:
- Limited liability company (LLC) formation
- S corporation / C corporation
- Limited liability partnership
- Family limited partnership
We draft operating agreements, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, franchise agreements, agency agreements and distributorships, as well as articles of incorporation, employee manuals, and standard contracts.
Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers, P.C. has effected multi-million dollar mergers and acquisitions, as well as stock and asset acquisitions and other transactions for every size company in New Jersey. As experienced litigators, we scrutinize buy-sell agreements and merger documents for any loopholes or potential dangers that could lead to future disputes. We also can connect you with commercial lenders or public and private offerings to raise capital for your new venture or expansion.
Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property
The experienced employment law lawyers of our firm know how to form enforceable agreements with employees, vendors, and joint venture partners that protect the interests of our clients. We draft and review non-compete, and confidentiality agreements to prevent the loss of proprietary data or technologies—and to prevent the raiding of key employees by competitors.
Contact veteran legal counsel to discuss your business incorporation or transactional matter. Our firm provides personal, responsive service, and has the resources and decades of experience to handle the most complex issues of business law.