You have decided to form your own business and need advice as to expansion, contract review, employee issues, administrative actions, code violations, etc. We are here to help. We can act as your general counsel in California, Connecticut, and New York. We provide big-firm sophistication with reasonable attorney fees.
We act as general counsel to numerous mid-sized businesses in need of legal support and advice but do not want to hire a full-time staff attorney. We can represent your company on a monthly retainer basis. We are ready to answer your questions, review contracts, draft documents, deal with administrative agencies, litigate, manage litigation and address insurance claims.
We are experienced and represent construction contractors, large insurance agencies, large recycling facilities, marinas, major shopping centers, car dealerships, internet-based companies, vitamin manufacturing companies, and art galleries.
We are experienced in litigating complex matters involving multi-million dollar issues in both State and Federal Courts throughout California, Connecticut, and New York. We have tried, mediated and arbitrated cases with excellent results while always keeping the client aware of the associated risks and benefits.
We provide cost-effective results. We handle, among other things, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, code violations, administrative enforcement, insurance bad faith claims, franchise claims, as well as other types of business disputes.
We represent several large California recyclers in assisting them with their day-to-day legal issues, as well as dealing with the California Department of Resources, Recycling, and Recovery(“CalRecycle”). Recently, we were successful in our motion for a temporary restraining order (“TRO”) against CalRecycle relating to the revocation of a probationary certification.
We regularly address issues relating to the California Beverage Container Recycling Act and the regulations involved in the recycling of California CRV.
Corporate Counsel Work
Franchise formation and litigation
Formation of Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Limited Partnerships (LP), and all other business forms.