Corporate and Business Law
Coran Ober P.C. provides many small businesses with the “in-house” counsel they require to compete in an increasingly complicated business environment. Our wide range of experience and diverse knowledge uniquely positions us to provide sound advice to maintain our clients’ businesses and help direct their growth.
From entity selection to contract negotiation and buy-sell agreements, we provide our clients with a wide range of services to address all of their business needs. Having a trusted legal advisor will make all the difference to your business.
Our experienced business lawyers can assist you in a wide variety of business matters including but not limited to:
• Debtor/Creditor Issues
• Intellectual Property
• Internet Law
• Not-Profit Corporations
Call us to find out how we can help your organization today.
Frequently Asked Questions
New York Business Lawyer Discusses The Best Business Structure in NY
New York Business Lawyer Discusses The Best Business Structure in NY Many clients often come to me as a New York Business Lawyer and ask what the best business structure is. This is a very fact-specific inquiry and will depend very much on the goals of your small...
What’s Important about Selling a Business in NYC?
We're often asked, “What do I do when I sell my business? I have a successful business, but I’m tired, I want to retire. What do I do when I sell my business?” The first and most important thing is to evaluate how much your business is worth. It’s a very important...
What Type of Business Should I Set Up?
People come to me and want to set up a company and they want to determine if they set up a corporation or a limited liability company. Here are the facts to consider. When you’re considering a corporation, you have to make a determination whether you have a C...
Buying a Commercial Property
There are several important factors to consider before purchasing a commercial property. The first is if it is going to be sold subject to tenancies. Meaning, will the building be delivered vacant or with tenants attached? If the tenants are coming with the property,...
What is the Purpose of a Contract?
A contract is a written understanding between two or more parties with regard to setting forth the terms and conditions of their business arrangement. In my experience, the best contracts are ones that are clear and concise. My goal is to have a common understanding -...
Co-Op vs a Condo
When buying an apartment in New York City, often my clients come and ask me what the difference is between a co-op and a condo. In a condominium, each individual unit is granted as its own fee, so when you record the deed, each unit has its own deed. Whereas in a...