Business Transactions Attorneys
Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Business Lawyers
Small and mid-sized businesses can’t always afford in-house legal counsel. As a result, when the law changes or compliance issues arise, these small and medium-sized companies are put in the position of having to hire attorneys for one-time legal counsel or representation. We’re positioned to provide ongoing consultative legal services for companies with evolving business needs. We help business and commercial clients with corporate formation, as well as tax, indemnification and federal compliance issues.
Would you like to speak with a lawyer regarding business transaction law? Please contact Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP today to arrange your free consultation. Our exceptional client services can provide you with the representation you need to ensure a smooth business transaction. We have represented business clients for over thirty years in all regional areas, including Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk Counties in Massachusetts, and Rockingham, and Hillsborough Counties in New Hampshire.
Experienced Representation for Your Business
Business transaction law involves a full range of concerns business owners regularly address. Whether you are interested in updating a contract or have encountered a business dispute, consider Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP for dedicated representation. We routinely help business clients with the following transactions:
- Business formation
- Contract drafting
- Contract negotiation
- Commercial leasing
- Employment contracts
- Partnership agreements
- Employment manuals
- Retirement plans
- Business Litigation
Determining the Financial Consequences of a Breach of Contract
Nearly all business disputes are contract driven. Whether a breach of contract occurred between partners or in an employer-employee relationship, we can help. As litigators, we vigorously promote our clients’ claim. We are consistently aware of our clients’ needs and pursue the most favorable outcome. We strive to help you keep your business operating without interruption.
We routinely consult with economists in order to quantify the financial consequences of a breach of contract. By measuring lost sales and the cost of an interruption to business operations, our office can accurately determine the economic harm suffered by our client.
Contact Business Transactions Attorneys at Phillips, Gerstein & Channen
We realize that, as your business expands and changes, you will most likely require legal counsel for various business transactions. Contact Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP to learn how we can help you and your business.