Legal Solutions For Businesses
Even the highest performing businesses face serious legal challenges throughout their life span. One of the critical factors that separates the leaders from the rest of the pack is how they handle these challenges. Legal issues and protracted litigation take time, energy, resources and above all, funds from core business processes.
If your business organization is faced with a legal challenge, solving the situation as efficiently and effectively as possible while preserving business relations and an ideal operational climate in your industry is of huge importance. Skilled counsel is almost always the ideal asset when facing these challenges.
Legal Solutions For Businesses Attorney
For more than a decade, Fein Law Office has helped high-performing business organizations address and resolve business organization issues while keeping an eye on the bottom line. The firm is able to bring its expertise to provide counsel on business issues, including:
- Business formation
- Employment law
- Construction law
- Commercial litigation
- Venture capital
- Professional malpractice
- Real estate
Head attorney Christopher J. Fein puts the utmost premium on exceptional service, quality and integrity. As such, he works directly with clients throughout the legal process. He understands that direct, honest and objective-based representation is important, so he always makes it a priority to partner directly with clients.
If you have questions or concerns about a business law issue, contact us so that you can better understand how Fein Law Office can help you reach an ideal resolution as efficiently as possible.
Business: Forced sale of portfolio of multimillion-dollar commercial property lacking valid contract
Legal malpractice: Recovered more than $180,000 in legal malpractice case involving bankruptcy
Civil and Business Litigation: Obtained judgment for homeowner against contractor for more than
Bankruptcy: Represented hundreds of individual and business debtors in legally eliminating millions of dollars in debt