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Cohen Seglias' Business Law Group offers a broad range of services to meet our clients' real estate, business and transactional needs. We counsel clients through the many stages of the evolution of a business. We assist in the selection of the entity or company structure, its formation and the drafting of the governance documents. We are capable of quickly and ably addressing issues of succession planning, changes in ownership, sale of the business, exit strategies and, if necessary, business divorces or dissolutions. We help negotiate and draft documents relating to the purchase, sale and financing of goods as well as real estate. We also create the commercial contracts or documentation necessary for our clients to conduct their businesses.

The Business Law Group's practice areas include:

  • Commercial Agreements
     
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
     
  • Formation of Corporations, Partnerships and Other Business Entities
     
  • Company Governance
     
  • Company Finance, Refinance and Loan Documentation

 
 
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:

SBA Creates "SBTA" Exemption to Affiliation Rules on Bundled Contracts
Edward T. DeLisle,Maria L. Panichelli, October 23, 2013
On October 2, 2013, the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) published a final rule implementing changes required by the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. One of the most interesting changes relates to “bundling,” “affiliation,” and the ability of small...

ABA Forum on the Construction Industry Fall Meeting Delivers on Public-Private Partnerships
Jason C. Tomasulo, October 08, 2013
Last week, the construction law section of the American Bar Association held its annual Fall Meeting. The program, held in Washington, DC, was entitled “Capital Projects: P3s, Design-Build, and Beyond.” The ABA Forum on the Construction Industry presented a well-run, compelling program...

New SBA Rule Imposes Severe Penalties for Misrepresenting Size Status
Edward T. DeLisle,Maria L. Panichelli, September 11, 2013
On June 28, 2013, the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) issued a Final Rule relating to the penalties involved when a contractor misrepresents its small business size status. While the current regulations provide that a contractor might suffer certain penalties for “knowingly...

Final Rule Imposes New Small Business Subcontracting Obligations on Large Business Prime Contractors
Maria L. Panichelli,Michael H. Payne, August 22, 2013
On August 15, 2013, the SBA put into effect a long-awaited Final Rule (Federal Register Volume 78, Number 136 (Tuesday, July 16, 2013)) designed to help small business subcontractors. The Final Rule, which implements policies set forth in the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, provides for several...