Practice Area Overview
Our merger proposal: your business formation problems and our skilled staff of corporate attorneys.
Starting and managing a business can be a complicated, costly, and time-consuming venture. The attorneys at Fenigstein & Kaufman understand this. We work hard to make sure a client's business profits are used for running their business, and not for paying legal fees.
Starting a business, or acquiring or merging with another business, is a risky proposition. Fenigstein & Kaufman attorneys can eliminate a significant amount of that risk by helping clients fully understand the liability risks and protections inherent in each type of business organization and ensuring that organizational and acquisition documents are clearly and properly drafted and implemented. From negotiating and drafting partnership agreements, limited liability company operating agreements, buy-sell agreements, and other transaction instruments, to completing a merger or acquisition, Fenigstein & Kaufman offers top-notch, business-savvy cost-effective legal advice coupled with personalized service.
Managing a business in today's competitive environment can be equally risky and challenging. We offer clients a full array of business and commercial legal advice from drafting business-related agreements, either with vendors, customers or employees, to advising clients on the proper actions to take to avoid litigation and limit their liability risks. We bring a businessman’s perspective to our advice and problem solving and we also factor in a large dose of practicality and pragmatism when providing legal advice to our clients.
Fenigstein & Kaufman's practice focuses on the following commercial transaction areas:
- Business Formation--including Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC), and Limited Partnership (LP)
- Corporate and Partnership takeovers and disputes
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Employee Non-compete Agreements, Non-disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
- Trade Secrets
- Equipment Lease negotiations
- Securities Law Exempt Transactions
- Healthcare business issues
- Franchise Law