Business Organizations & Employment Law
Weinberg, Jacobs & Tolani, LLP has extensive knowledge and experience in the many aspects of business law including establishment, growth and development of business entities; acquisitions, mergers, sales and transfers of ownership; real property transactions; and the tax issues attendant to each undertaking.
Business Formation and Maintenance
Whether you are just starting your business or have formed the foundation of your business and just need assistance maintaining your business, our attorneys have the experience to set you on the best course. We assist our clients with selecting the right type of business structure in the right jurisdiction for their individual needs. We can help you decide if a corporation, limited liability company, partnership or sole proprietorship is the right choice for you.
Depending on what stage of the life-cycle your business is in, we can provide the following services:
Acquisitions, Mergers and Changes in Control
If you are thinking of buying or selling control of a company, you'll soon realize that the process is quite complicated. This is because mergers and acquisitions involve several areas of the law, and as a result, must be looked at from several different viewpoints. Our attorneys have the experience from shepherding hundreds of transactions, from small transfers among family members to large sales involving several multinational parties, that can be applied to your specific needs. We assist both buyers and sellers by looking at all aspects involved in a change of ownership and use our expertise to get the deal done.
At the center of every successful business are the business's employees. It is important for businesses and their owners to develop and continue to foster excellent relationships with their employees to avoid employment disputes. Our firm is familiar with counseling different business structures on employment law issues and drafting documents to help avoid employment-related disputes. We have experience in the following areas of employment law: