Connecticut Commercial & Corporate Lawyer
Leverage the Power of an Experienced and Nationally Recognized Commercial / Corporate Law Attorney To Protect & Grow Your Business
Our Corporate and Commercial Law Firm represents clients with respect to both business transactions and commercial litigation. Our Commercial Business Lawyers provide comprehensive client services as counsel to new, emerging and established businesses across diverse industries.
The Moynahan Law Firm counsels our clients on business transactions; and brings and defends lawsuits to address a party’s rights or obligations.
The Moynahan Law Firm is equally well-versed in working with and advising start-up companies as to the best form of corporate entity for their specific type of business. We can help you decide whether to incorporate a corporation, form a limited liability company (LLC), a partnership or joint venture.
Our business law attorneys also provide legal counsel and representation for ongoing business transactions and decisions that businesses face through the growth of their companies: the purchase or lease of business premises; obtaining bank or investor financing or other infusion of capital; expanding an existing company or acquiring another entity; the sale of the company, or, ensuring that a family owned company remains family controlled through successor planning.
Our clients range from small family businesses to mid-size companies and major corporate entities. We provide the same care and respect for the legal concerns of our smaller clients as those of our largest clients. You can be assured of our prompt and individualized attention.
- Articles of Organization
- Operating Agreements
- Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure and Non-Circumvention Agreements
- Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Employment, Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreements
- Subscription Agreements
- Loan Documents
(Including Mortgage and Personal Guarantees, as well as asset-based financing)
- Buy-Sell Agreements (Including purchase of insurance)
- Uniform Commercial Code compliance (Including warranty disclaimers on purchase orders and invoices)
- Breach of Contract
- Unfair Trade Practices
- Breach of Covenant Not to Compete
- Collection of Trade Receivables
- Breach of Commercial Lease/Summary Process
Moynahan attorneys are also experienced in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution such as Mediation and Arbitration.