Formation & Organization
Many of our corporate attorneys have served as general counsel at privately-held, equity-backed and public corporations. We leverage this experience to effectively counsel both established and emerging businesses as they grow.
As experienced business lawyers, we advise and counsel our clients, founders, directors and managers of privately held businesses. This includes formation considerations from partnerships, limited liability companies to S-Corps and the impact of such decisions for closely held businesses including family-owned businesses.
We guide our clients and prepare all the various agreements to form entities for private businesses. The organization of these new entities requires a wide variety of related agreements such as shareholders agreements, operating agreements, employment agreements and cross purchase agreements, as circumstances dictate. The business attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins advise business owners and directors of formation and organizational decisions to support your goals and protect your business interests.
Meet Our Business Law Attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Eric B. Brenman
Daniel G. Dion
John W. Donahue
Scott A. Joseph
Robert W. Meshel
Susan Donaldson Novins
Stephen N. Wilchins
Represented clients in the purchases and sales of businesses and divisions in various industries.
Represented clients in various joint ventures and limited liability company transactions.
Represented clients in corporate management and governance disputes.
Represented clients in connection with day-to-day business strategy, business operations, and various contracts and governance issues.
Represented clients in succession planning and sales of business to senior management.
Represented clients from entity selection and organization to operations and to exit.
Why WCN for Business Law
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
Our experienced business lawyers advise on a full range of business matters, including:
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