We offer our clients complete legal representation in connection with the development, protection, marketing, and transferring of new technologies and processes.
Our clients include suppliers and purchasers, emerging technology companies, start-up ventures, computer hardware and software suppliers, software developers, internet providers and start-ups, IT administrators, retail software and hardware training entities and governmental agencies, schools and universities.
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We work closely with a broad range of business clients to help them achieve and exceed their goals and objectives. We understand the financial implications of the legal needs of your business. We endeavor to arrive at the best legal and financially-friendly outcome.
We assist business owners and key personnel with critical business law-related matters, including planning for the start-up and financing of new ventures, helping existing companies obtain equity and debt financing, succession planning, and negotiating the acquisition and sale of businesses.
We have over sixty years experience representing sole proprietors, partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, S corporations, professional corporations and publicly-held corporations. Many of our attorneys have also had a broad range of involvement running their own businesses and they are uniquely positioned to understand how legal choices impact day-to-day operations.
Our attorneys work with all facets of commercial law, including the preparation, negotiation and documentation of corporate contracts, such as non-solicitation, non-competition and consulting agreements; commercial transactions between business entities; antitrust matters; franchises and Uniform Franchise Offering Circulars (UFOCs); international trade; transportation; credit; banking and finance. We also represent liquor license entities and have the experience to guide you through state administrative issues.
Spengler Nathanson attorneys have experience in many aspects of environmental law: from the issues raised during the handling of hazardous materials to the resolution of natural resource problems. These services include helping buyers and sellers of property and businesses avoid environmental liabilities through the use and analysis of Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments. We also have experience in the preservation of wetlands, conservation easements, parklands and other dedicated uses.
Our attorneys represent a wide range of businesses in connection with the development of growth strategies, including mergers and acquisitions. From planning to drafting and from negotiating to closing, we will assist you with all of your growth needs. We often use a team approach so that each of your specified growth needs, whether tax, environmental, ERISA, or labor is addressed in a timely and efficient manner.
Our attorneys represent owners, builders, contractors, developers, landlords, and tenants in all types of real estate transactions, whether residential, commercial, industrial, retail, or office, and as to all types of administrative matters, including building and fire code compliance matters. We have extensive experience in acquisitions, financing, leasing, development, construction, and sales.
We also represent banks, investors, borrowers, sellers, purchasers, surveyors, engineers, architects, appraisers, brokers and agents with the preparation and negotiation of purchase/sale documentation, like-kind exchange documentation, and loan documentation; mechanics liens issues; BUSTR issues; condominium creation and administration; regulatory compliance and expedited home closings.
Tax – Federal, State and Local
Our attorneys know well the complexities of taxation and can assist you in understanding tax law and minimizing the effects on your bottom line. We represent taxpayers in business planning, including exit strategies, charitable giving, compensation planning, and income taxation for trusts and estates. With our assistance, you will be able to comply with the ever-changing tax laws, while still meeting your own business and personal goals. Some of the services we provide are business and income tax planning, transactional planning, corporate and partnership planning, entity selection, business succession planning, Internal Revenue Service audit and appeal representation and state and local tax, including sales and use tax representation.
Recovery of business debt is a reality of any business. Spengler Nathanson attorneys can assist you in your efforts to follow federal and state collection laws. Before you undertake collection, be advised that numerous collection practices can cause serious repercussions.
Is your company permitted by law to call customers at an odd hour or to disclose to a third party that your customer owes you money? In many instances, the sooner you retain counsel to assist you pursuing your delinquent commercial accounts, the sooner your company will be in a position to collect the debt or make a determination that collection effort is not warranted.
Commercial law regulates corporate contracts, hiring practices, and the manufacture and sales of consumer goods. Spengler Nathanson attorneys provide valuable legal counsel when commercial disputes arise.
We have effectively represented corporations, partnerships, agencies, joint ventures and franchises in myriad disputes.
Whenever a product is introduced in the stream of commerce, the possibility exists for an injury and then a lawsuit. Your company probably has insurance coverage for such claims. Product liability cases can be time-consuming. Spengler Nathanson attorneys have defended companies against product liability claims in state and federal courts for over 40 years and are in a position to provide you with the best possible defense while minimizing interference to your business.