New Jersey Commercial Transactions

New Jersey Commercial Transactions2022-08-31T08:21:23-04:00

New Jersey Business Attorneys

Commercial transactionsNew Jersey Business Attorneys Bob Shanahan is experienced with representing businesses in every stage of the business life cycle: from formation to growth, to succession planning, through mergers and acquisitions, and if desired, dissolution.  Whether a simple asset buy/sell or sale of the entire business during reorganization or liquidation, we can help.

Commercial transactions require an understanding of title and rights to tangible and intangible assets, contingency negotiations and due diligence concerns, necessary disclosures, regulatory compliance, assignments and transfers, lending, liability protections, and more.

Helping Businesses Achieve Their Goals

Registered Agent Filing Annual ReportAt Law Offices of Robert J. Shanahan, Jr., LLC we take pride in advocating for our business clients’ goals, and we understand that no two businesses and no two transactions are alike.  If you are embarking upon the next phase of your business life-cycle or looking for legal counsel through the complexities of managing assets, risks, and growth, contact us.

NJ Commercial Law Attorney

Law Offices of Robert J. Shanahan, Jr., LLC has the reputation, knowledge and experience in business and commercial law that a business owner needs.  Our interdisciplinary team approach means we can quickly mobilize the necessary resources to develop an effective partnership or employment contract, or efficient litigation or alternate dispute resolution strategy – all to suit your business needs.  We offer the following experience in Business and Commercial legal matters:

  • Asset Purchase Agreement
  • Partnership Contracts
  • Employment and Independent Contractor Agreement
  • Buy/Sell Agreement
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Business Loan Closing Requirements
  • Breach of Contract and Contract Interpretation
  • Business Disputes
  • Franchise law
  • Business negligence
  • Transaction disputes
  • Collections
  • Employment disputes
  • Severance agreements
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