Attorneys Robert Arone, Eric Rothenberg, Gerald Turner and Allison Lane have extensive experience on forming, running, and dissolving closely held businesses, including family-owned businesses and their owners. We represent general business corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships, sole proprietorships, franchisees, corporate landlords and other business associations.

We maintain continuous interactive relationships with our business clients, and an appreciation of the precise nature of their operations to stand ready to enhance their profitability. Our existing relationships with financial institutions can dramatically enhance our clients’ obtaining the capital or funding necessary to achieve their objectives.

Our business and commercial practice addresses a broad spectrum of matters, including the ones listed below:

  • Corporate formations
  • Venture capital funding
  • Mergers, acquisitions and dissolutions
  • Generation transfers
  • Shareholders agreements
  • License agreements
  • Partnerships and joint venture agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Stock restriction agreements
  • Business financing
  • Leveraged buyouts
  • Insurance law
  • LLPs and LLCs
  • Contracts and other legal documents
  • Private placements
  • Business mergers
  • Business acquisitions

Boston Metrowest Business Formation Attorney

Many of our clients are entrepreneurs or small business owners looking to create and grow Massachusetts businesses. Tailoring our advice to our clients’ businesses, we work directly with these clients to help them achieve their goals.

One of the fundamental goals for many businesses is making startup affordable. There can be many costs involved with starting a business, but working with an experienced lawyer can help you minimize these costs by choosing the right business entity. For example, business owners who organize their companies as corporations generally must pay for workers’ compensation insurance, unemployment insurance and taxes. Organizing as a limited liability company (LLC) or limited liability partnership (LLP) does not subject the business to these requirements.

Business Succession Planning

Legal assistance is often needed to make sure that the entity carries on and that key employees have an incentive to stay on after a business owner passes away. The best time to seek this assistance is long before the event occurs and when the business is thriving. At this time, it is often easiest and most cost-effective for business leaders to make decisions about their businesses.

Contact a Business and Corporate Law Attorney Serving Greater Boston

We invite you to contact our business and corporate law attorneys Robert Arone, Eric Rothenberg and Allison Lane regarding your legal concerns. Our Needham, Massachusetts, law firm is available by calling 781-239-8900 to schedule a confidential consultation with an attorney.