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Business and corporate law deal with the creation of new companies and the issues that arise as existing companies interact with other companies, consumers, and the government. It’s an area of law that encompasses a variety of legal disciplines, including bankruptcy, employment, tax, intellectual property, and real estate law. Following the rules and maintaining compliance is an opaque and frustrating process for business executives who don’t have the time or expertise to negotiate it.
Almagno Law proudly assists business leaders like you navigate all this complexity so you can get back to doing what you do best—running your business. We have a long history of advising CEOs and representing businesses in court. We know how to study and draft contracts, handle judicial-level human resource issues, and facilitate mergers. Our extensive corporate experience and eye for detail will ensure your bottom line is protected and that you can rest easy at night.
Our firm has been practicing law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New York for almost ten years. During that period we have successfully represented hundreds of clients in cases involving personal injury, workers comp, criminal defense, civil litigation, business law, and other areas of practice.
When you are faced with the toughest legal and emotional circumstances of your life, we will be there for you. Like everyone else who has hired us, you can rely on our expertise, compassion, and dedication.
We will devote ourselves fully to your case. Our work doesn’t end until your legal issue is resolved successfully, and we’ll be with you every step of the way until that happens. Our dedication to our clients is reflected in our strong work ethic.
While corporate law focuses on legal aspects governing sale and distribution of goods, business law covers legal aspects used in acquisitions, mergers, formation of companies and rights of shareholders. Companies need people who have in-depth knowledge of both laws.
A Business Lawyer is an attorney who focuses on providing legal advice to business owners on issues that affect businesses, such as taxation, business transactions, and intellectual property rights. The Business Lawyer may also be known as a Corporate Attorney, Corporate Lawyer, or Commercial Lawyer.
It is highly recommended that you have an experienced business lawyer on retainer for your business. Often, business owners hire attorneys on an ad-hoc basis, retaining them as different matters need to be handled. For example, when an urgent issue arises, there is no need to search for an attorney that you can trust.