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Pennington, NJ 08534
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New York, NY 10018
Providing the answers you need, when you need them.
If you own or manage a business in Central New Jersey, Hegedus Law can advise you in all manner of legal issues and decisions concerning your operation. Our firm takes customer service very seriously, so you can always expect a prompt response when you contact us concerning any of the following business law matters.
Does the business need employment agreements (for employees) or consulting agreements (for independent contractors)?
Does the business need or enter into non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements, non-solicitation agreements?
What are the labor and employment laws that the business needs to comply with (e.g., wages and hours, equal employment opportunity, OSHA, family and medical leave, etc., workers compensation)?
Does the business need an employee policies and procedures manual (covering vacation, personal days, sick days, disability, benefits, attire, harassment, grievances, severance, etc.)?
Does the business need an employee severance agreement or a termination agreement?
Do the business's purchase orders, invoices, leases, credit lines, revolving credit agreements, and contracts for goods and services adequately protect the business?
Does the business website have terms and conditions of use and disclaimers that protect it adequately?
Does the business have valuable trademarks and other intellectual property that need to be protected?
Does the business have efficient and effective debt collection procedures in place to recover receivables and past due debts?
Does the business need an attorney to represent it in a contract dispute, or in litigation in New Jersey or New York?
Are you better off selling the business or merely its assets?
Do you need a buy-sell agreement, merger agreement, stock sale or purchase agreement, asset sale or purchase agreement?
Are you changing the business' ownership structure?
Should the business be organized as a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability company (LLC)?
Do I need a shareholder agreement or operating agreement to spell out my partners' and my rights and responsibilities?
If the business is a corporation, do you need help maintaining its corporate minute book (shareholder resolutions, board resolutions, stock ledger)?
Is the business having trouble paying its debts and creditors?
Is liquidation or receivership an option?
Is bankruptcy an option?
What are the other alternatives?
Contact us if you need experienced legal counsel for matters concerning the formation of a small business, transaction, or litigation in Central New Jersey or New York.
For a prompt response and cost-effective fees, get in touch with Hegedus Law today.