Our experienced transactional attorneys have and can represent clients from negotiation to close on commercial transactional matters such as:
Commercial Real Estate
◊ The Sale and Purchase of Commercial Property
◊ Homeowners Association (HOA) Formation and Representation
◊ Variances and Zoning
◊ Complex Real Estate Transactions
◊ Creation and Formation of Businesses.
◊ Mergers and Acquisitions
◊ Partnership and Operating Agreements
◊ Complex Business Transactions
What is a “Commercial Transaction”?
Commercial Transactions range from simple sale and purchase agreements to more complex arrangements, and can require review, drafting, and negotiation, as well as counseling and advice from experienced lawyers. Many transactions require continued support and updating to reflect the continued relationship between the parties.
We have extensive experience in document drafting and negotiation assistance to clients in transactional law matters including, commercial law, small business law, personal finance, and numerous other legal areas. Transactional law covers a broad range of transactional matters, including buying, selling, divesting, and reorganizing businesses, business assets, or commercial real property.
We routinely assist clients in the buying or selling of retail properties, office buildings, shopping centers, hotels, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, apartment complexes – and vacant land that has the potential for development of these types of buildings.
When a client considers acquiring commercial real estate, we will obtain a wide range of information about the real property. Asking the right questions and verifying the answers during due diligence is a crucial concern before making a large real property investment. In addition, some buyers will purchase commercial property only upon meeting certain contingencies. Our experienced commercial real estate attorneys can assist you with purchasing, selling, contingencies and due diligence.
In addition, our attorneys assist clients with a broad, varied, and potentially complex area of business law. Among other things, it covers the formation and operation of businesses, corporations, limited liability companies and other legal entities. This includes, but is not limited to, helping your business to navigate the intersection of customers, sellers, and suppliers with business providers, as well as the myriad of other related issues such as tax, governmental regulation, employment issues and environmental matters that effect the day-to- day operation of business and commercial entities.
Because of the complexity of commercial transactions, our role as lawyers and advisors in your business is essential. In establishing a commercial enterprise, it is vital to analyze the proper type of business entity and the associated tax consequences. An attorney’s involvement providing early answers to these
questions will save your business time and money both at the start-up of the business and down the road.