Experienced New Jersey Business Law Attorneys
Businesses of all sizes and in all industries need to enlist the services of legal counsel from time to time. For decades, the business law attorneys of McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C. have served a wide array of businesses in all types of legal matters, from business formations, to creating contracts, to all types of disputes.
We represent clients throughout the state of New Jersey from our convenient offices in Red Bank, NJ, Marlton, NJ, and Newark, NJ. We are committed to understanding our clients’ legal and business goals, offering strategic planning and customized solutions to any issues that may arise.
The Role of A New Jersey Business Lawyer
Our business lawyers are responsible for advising our clients on their rights and responsibilities under the law. We provide our expertise on topics such as:
- Laws related to business ethics, substantive law, procedural law, and court system structure.
- Employee rights and privileges, workplace safety, overtime rules, minimum wage laws.
- Establishing a business and regulations that are related to the selling of corporate entities.
- Drafting contracts, breaches of contract, and penalties for violations of agreements.
- Laws related to business partnerships, sole proprietorships, entities, liability companies and corporations.
- Laws related to bankruptcy and governance of securities.
Do I Need A Business Lawyer?
At McOmber, McOmber & Luber, we help business owners with routine processes, as well as helping them make important decisions during critical moments in their business development. We work with our clients to understand any problems that they might face and help them avoid any possible issues in the future as well. Some examples of the situations we help business owners with include, but are not limited to:
New Business Formation – We help business owners decide which business type fits them the most. It is important to determine between LLC, S-Corps and other business types, as the wrong decision can be costly to fix and can lead to a variety of problems that may occur down the road. Let us help you choose and implement the proper structure and organization of your new business venture. We will advise you on all current and long-term considerations associated with each choice, including sole proprietorships, partnership contracts, limited liability corporations and other formation options.
Contracts & Employment Agreements – Drafting contracts when hiring new employees or bringing on new clients can be overwhelming. Our attorneys can help you draft contracts that fit your business and prevent you from facing any confusing loopholes. We help our business clients with contracts including:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Employment contracts
Breaches of Contract – It’s important to know how to handle when contracts are disputed or not followed correctly. Our business attorneys will negotiate and advocate on your behalf and even file a lawsuit if it’s needed.
Business Issues & Claims – Business owners can face many different claims from employees, involving issues such as sexual harassment in the workplace, employment discrimination, paid sick leave disputes, and workplace safety. Our attorneys are able to educate business owners on how to create a work environment that prevents these issues from happening, what processes to put in place to ensure a quick resolution, and what to do if any of these issues arise.
Real Estate – Our business lawyers are able to help owners with their commercial real estate whether they own it or are renting it. We can help negotiate sales and leases and the different tenant laws that business owners might face.
Partnership Disputes and Shareholder Disputes – Our attorneys are equipped to handle issues related to partnership and shareholder agreements and relationships. We have experience helping clients solve problems using Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, in a process that is less expensive and hostile than litigation. We can also advise you on how to prepare for and avoid partnership or shareholder disputes in the future.
Mergers & Acquisitions – Is your business merging with another company, or is your business buying out a competitor? We can help guide you through this process and prevent any risky mistakes from occurring.
When Should I Contact a Business Lawyer?
We advise that you contact one of our business law attorneys as soon as possible. Even small decisions and honest mistakes can end up costing business owners a lot of money to fix over time. A free consultation with one of our attorneys at McOmber, McOmber & Luber can help prevent any issues a new business owner might face.
Your time as a business owner is better spent running your business than dealing with legal problems and concerns, so be sure to contact one of our attorneys if you are starting a business as soon as possible so we can handle the legal side of your operation.
Contact Our New Jersey Business Law Attorneys Today
Our lawyers represent financial institutions, businesses, and individuals in a wide range of business and financial matters. Our business clients trust our representation assured that we handle all types of commercial matters in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Throughout our firm’s history, we have forged long-standing relationships with many businesses, which stand as a testament to the caliber of our representation.
If you are in need of a business lawyer, or have any questions for us don’t hesitate to contact us today for a free consultation.