New Jersey Commercial Law Attorneys & Business Litigation & Mediation Lawyers
The business & commercial lawyers at Davis & Mendelson, LLC represent and advise businesses in a wide range of commercial law issues. We litigate disputes, form limited liability companies (LLCs), and negotiate and draft contracts. We also act as counsel for local nonprofit organizations.
Our law firm represents small businesses of all types in commercial law and litigation issues, such as:
Mediation is the best way to resolve business disputes
Business Mediation Attorney Howard Mendelson has extensive litigation experience; his experience often allows him to anticipate business problems before they arise. He is then able to structure a transaction or contract so that disputes can be avoided. He is a certified mediator and knows that when business disputes do arise, many of them can be resolved through mediation. Mediation can be less costly, faster and more likely to produce results that are agreeable to both parties.
Business Transactions in NJ & Camden County
Our commercial law firm handles business transactions such as:
- Business formation, including LLCs (limited liability companies), C-corporations, S-corporations, partnerships, limited partnerships
- Contract negotiation, draft and review
- Buy-sell agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Stock purchase agreements
- Operating agreements
- Assets purchase agreements
New Jersey Business Disputes
Business Attorney Howard Mendelson litigates or mediates disputes such as:
- Partnership disputes
- Contract disputes
- Trade secrets violations and unfair competition
- Employment claims
Planning and advice to avoid disputes and problems
We counsel entrepreneurs and business start ups on selecting the right entity, such as a limited liability company or an S-corp. We help them determine the environmental rules, state laws and federal regulations that will apply to their business; we develop strategies to keep them in compliance. We advise companies on insurance coverage. Whether a company is a closely held family business or an organization with many shareholders, we stress the importance of planning to head off problems that can lead to expensive and time-consuming disputes.