Business and Corporate law is an area of law that governs how a business is formed and managed. There are aspects of law that apply to the conduct of persons and businesses and can include private and public law issues. Our attorneys are skilled in the complexities of business law, including contracts, commercial transactions, mergers, and more.


Our Business and Corporate law expertise is comprehensive and diversified. From helping you decide the best structure for your business, to assisting with filing the necessary elements for a fully operational organization, Goldstein Law is your partner in operating a successful business from start to finish.


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Having a clear plan for the growth and management of your business is necessary to ensure steady return on your investment. We assist business owners in implementing their business plan to achieve their long-term goals. As your business grows, your business’ needs may change; our firm can help you adjust your business plan accordingly.

Choosing the right business entity is the first step towards the success of your new venture. We help you understand both the tax consequences and the operating procedures under each form of entity, and help you choose the best option for your specific situation.

Business owners enter into contracts regularly in their day-to-day operations. Whether you are purchasing new inventory and equipment, hiring new employees, obtaining financing, or selling goods in the ordinary course of business, having the right contract provides the protections and peace of mind so you can focus on making your business thrive.

Whether you are looking to acquire a business, merge with another company, or enter into a joint venture, preliminary investigation and evaluation can be critical to the ultimate success of the transaction. For related information, see our Mergers, Acquisitions, and Joint Ventures section.

Management issues arise daily, sometimes hourly: employment, sales, collections, regulations—all of these require management procedures. We can assist in these regards.

Acquiring a new company, or merging two existing companies, can be an exceedingly complicated task. With proper legal guidance, the integration process can become less daunting. Smooth integration can maximize the value of the transaction for all parties involved. A related example is a joint venture, which is like a partnership, but differs in the sense that it is limited in time and scope. Strategic joint ventures allow two or more parties to undertake a specific business project in a mutually beneficial manner.

If you are considering selling your business, or turning the family business over to your kids, we can assist you in effecting a smooth transition of ownership. Our office can draft the legal documents necessary to convey ownership of the business assets and liabilities, and advise you of the potential tax implications of the transition. Having a successorship arrangement in place can also be part of an estate plan; see our Estate Planning and Probate page for more information.

A trademark is a symbol or device that distinguishes your goods from others sold in the marketplace. A copyright is a ‘bundle of rights’ that pertain to your exclusive use of literary, audio, visual, or pictorial creative works. Product protection and brand management are integral keys to success for any entrepreneur. You work hard to develop your creative ideas and brand identity, and we work hard to help you protect them. Our firm helps secure rights to your product or brand, and drafts licensing agreements to help you monetize your ideas.

Contact us about our Business and Corporate law practice today.