We love representing small businesses, especially manufacturers. After all, small businesses are the lifeblood of our great country. We get to deal with areas of the law we love, and also learn about their business, their products, and what is important to them as a manufacturer and small... Read more.
We represent one of the largest investment firms in the world and are retained to advise potential hires to navigate the Protocol for Broker Hiring. Sometimes these engagements result in brief federal court injunction litigation, and then move to arbitration before FINRA on contract issues, non-... Read more.
Retailers are often sued by their customers when the customers feel they have not received the service or product they agreed to purchase. These lawsuits involve the law, but more often involve sensitive, reputational risks for our clients and balancing customer happiness with the fact that our... Read more.
Perhaps our greatest pride is when a colleague or a physician retains us. Representing other professionals in employment disputes, shareholder disputes, severance packages, or contract claims is very satisfying. Often these individual clients have relationships with their now “adversaries” that... Read more.
Much like a marital relationship, shareholders in closely held businesses, usually family owned, find themselves in disputes over distributions of profits, control, management and what is called “minority shareholder oppression.” Shareholder oppression occurs when a controlling majority... Read more.
In addition to our well-known commercial and employment practice representing businesses, we also selectively represent individuals in employment lawsuits, negotiating employment contracts, severance agreements, and non-competition and non-solicitation matters. We also represent individuals in... Read more.