New Jersey Business Lawyers Providing Full-Service Legal Counsel to Businesses Throughout the State
Businesses are confronted with complex legal challenges every day. From routine business contracts and corporate governance matters to high stakes employment litigation and shareholder disputes, business owners must be prepared to face the myriad of problems that can arise within the corporate environment. The law firm of Einhorn Barbarito is committed to helping companies resolve difficult legal issues and maximize opportunities for success.
Our attorneys provide a full range of legal services to small businesses, family-owned companies and other closely held businesses operating throughout New Jersey. We have extensive experience working with companies in a wide variety of industries at all stages of development. Whether you are contemplating a new business endeavor or operate a well-established enterprise, a New Jersey business lawyer at Einhorn Barbarito has the skills and resources to meet your legal needs both today and as your business grows into the future.
Handling a Full Range of Business Law Matters
Our Business/Corporate Law Practice is comprised of a team of professionals with a diverse range of transactional and litigation experience. Our lawyers combine extensive knowledge of the law with a strong business acumen to deliver practical and proactive solutions for our clients. We handle all types of matters arising in the business context, including:
- Closely Held Business/Corporate Law. With more than 50 years of experience serving businesses, Einhorn Barbarito attorneys are particularly well attuned to the needs of privately and closely held companies in New Jersey. Our attorneys help clients navigate legal issues at every stage of the business cycle, from initial formation and growth and expansion to succession planning and dissolution.
- Commercial Litigation. At Einhorn Barbarito, we recognize that unresolved conflicts and disputes can be very risky for business owners. Our attorneys provide cost-effective, diligent representation to companies involved in all types of litigation arising in the business context.
- Employment Law. When workplace conflicts and issues surface, clients know that they can count on our firm to deliver the advice they need to successfully resolve the matter. Our attorneys handle a wide range of employment law matters, including advice on hiring and disciplinary issues, drafting workplace handbooks, policies, and procedures, and preventing and responding to employment-related litigation.
- Shareholder and Member Disputes and Dissolution. In today’s corporate environment, disputes among shareholders and members are a common occurrence. When these types of conflicts surface, our lawyers vigorously protect our client’s interests while working to reach a fair and efficient resolution.
- Tax and Estate Planning. Einhorn Barbarito offers a full complement of tax and estate planning services for businesses. We take the time to understand your values and motivations so that we can craft plans that meet your needs today and into the future.
- Real Estate. The laws and regulations governing the purchase and sale of real property are complicated and extensive. Our attorneys guide clients through the multitude of federal, state and local legal issues impacting their real estate transactions.
- On-Call. At Einhorn Barbarito, we know that when legal issues surface, companies need direct access to a team of seasoned business attorneys that know how their organization functions and operates. Our On-Call service operates as a “virtual” in-house legal department, providing the ongoing legal guidance small and medium-sized businesses need to address challenges and position themselves for success.
- Business Formation. Choice of legal entity is a critical decision for every new business. Our business and corporate law attorneys carefully advise clients on the advantages and disadvantages associated with all types of business structures.
- Corporate Governance. Einhorn Barbarito attorneys regularly advise boards of directors, senior management, officers, shareholders and members on a full range of corporate governance matters. We have extensive experience handling both routine and complex governance issues and our attorneys also assist our business clients with corporate and workplace investigations.
- Contracts. The business lawyers at Einhorn Barbarito are well equipped to handle all types of contract matters, from drafting and negotiating agreements to resolving contractual disputes. Our lawyers take a proactive approach to contracts, identifying issues in advance and making certain that the language contained in the contract protects our clients’ interests.
Speak to a New Jersey Business Lawyer Today
If you have questions about the Business/Corporate Law Practice at Einhorn Barbarito or would like to schedule a consultation with a New Jersey business lawyer at our firm, we invite you to contact our offices at 973-627-7300Print PDF
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