The decisions made during the early stages of your company are critical to its long-term success. We help our clients with entity selection, employment matters, protection of intellectual property, equity issues, and more. We are proud of the many start-ups we have advised and assisted from infancy through exit.
Our attorneys take a holistic approach to getting a business off the ground — and are always mindful of the budgetary constraints faced by many start-ups. Our knowledge and experience across many legal disciplines enable us to support entrepreneurs with the day-to-day issues they face as well as long term planning and strategic issues.
Beyond the basics of business formation
In addition to helping businesses get off the ground, we offer comprehensive advice to entrepreneurs on:
- Business succession planning
- Buy-sell agreements
- Commercial real estate
- Contracts and leases
- Employment and management
- Intellectual property rights
- Regulatory compliance
- Seed financing and capital raising
Why choose us?
When you entrust us with your business matter, you can rest assured our team will treat your company like it is our own. The attorneys handling your case will always keep you up to date, consistently communicating with you and collaborating on creative solutions. Our team is nimble, accessible, and ready to act. And while our rates are competitive, our clients receive white glove service from a senior level attorney—every time.
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Attorneys in this area
BFV facilitates internet service client’s $9 million asset sale
Berman Fink Van Horn attorneys Jeffrey N. Berman and Ruari J. O’Sullivan successfully represented a co-location hosting and IaaS provider in the sale of substantially all of its assets to a nationally-recognized industry player. The ultimate $9 million sales price represented a sizeable bump from earlier discussions, as Berman Fink Van Horn attorneys were able to use their client’s steady growth and upcoming contracts as leverage to negotiate away from contingent payment structures to cash at closing.Attorneys involved in this case: Jeffrey N. Berman, Ruari J. O’Sullivan