We are New York business attorneys with extensive experience in corporate law and business law. As NY business lawyers, we provide professional legal assistance to small and large businesses. We work with a wide range of clients, from startups who need smart legal advice for their growing businesses to corporations and their in-house legal counsel. Our clients include: Domestic And Foreign Corporations, Not-for-Profit Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Sole Proprietorships, Startups, Company Investor Groups, Advisors and Founders.
NY Business Startup Attorney
As a mentor to startups, we work with seed and early-stage companies, helping them refine their businesses with financing and technology strategies that enable rapid growth. One of our expertise includes counseling in an advisory board member capacity. If you are launching a startup, consider our Fixed Fee Legal Startup Package for Entrepreneurs.
Legal Advice And Creative Legal Solutions For Your Business
We provide business-savvy legal advice and creative legal solutions to help our clients save time and money. We offer big-firm business lawyer services with boutique-firm attentiveness – from drafting and negotiating agreements, through formalizing your business relationships and resolving disputes. Whether you need go-to-market revenue-generating business agreements or internal company documents, our goal is to tailor a legal approach that suits your needs. We also assist in-house corporate lawyers and counsel with their legal matters.
Expand Your Business Internationally
We advise U.S.-based companies looking to expand internationally and international companies looking to expand their businesses in the United States. As NY Corporate Attorneys we counsel U.S. and global businesses (including investor groups, foreign and domestic corporations, for-profit and not-for-profit companies, small business startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs) as they pass through all stages of growth; from formation to operation, to expansion via merger or acquisition, to exit.
Flat Fee Rates For A General Counsel Business Lawyer
As a former lawyer, I know high quality legal work when I see it. Craig’s combination of large-firm experience and entrepreneurial chops makes for a creative, out-of-the-box entrepreneur’s lawyer who’s knowledgeable about a wide range of issues–and worth every penny of what he charges. He also delivers his work promptly. I highly recommend him!
Craig Delsack is a professional of the highest order. He has not only been an excellent attorney, his guidance his been invaluable. I am very grateful to have Craig with me in this time of growth in my career.
Craig has been an amazing asset to my company and my team. He was not only knowledgeable within the law, but was an invaluable partner in positioning, strategizing and execution with respect to business. If you are looking for a business/legal strategist, Craig is your man.
Craig Delsack is a dedicated lawyer with real technical knowledge who understands what it takes to craft a masterful technical contract. I am grateful to his service thus far with my company. I am impressed by his commitment to effective legal guidance, and advocacy of my success in the technical field. I look forward to continued work with Craig.
N. L. Rose
Craig is one of the smartest, hardest working and knowledgeable attorneys I know. He has an amazing ability to connect with clients and work for their best interest on any type of transaction. I would recommend anyone I know who is looking for a lawyer or just an advisor to reach out to Craig. He is the partner that any client would want advocating for them.
Our corporate clients include publicly traded global corporations like Cisco Systems, Inc. and AMC Networks (including their networks, AMC, IFC, Sundance Channel, WEtv, and Wedding Central). We also work with a range of privately held companies.
As New York Business Lawyers, our services include:
Choosing the right structure of operation (e.g., limited liability company (LLC), corporation, DBA, partnership)
Business formation and dissolution
Mergers and acquisitions
Partnership agreements, joint venture agreements and strategic alliance agreements
Negotiation and preparation of deal term sheets, LLC operating agreements and shareholder agreements
Commercial leasing, financing and closings
NDAs and confidentiality agreements (non-disclosure agreements or confidential business information agreements), non-competition and non-solicitation agreements
Formation of tax-exempt not-for-profit companies (e.g. 501(c)(3))
Contractual disputes (including collections and enforcement of obligations)
Utilizing off-shore entities for asset purchases and/or investments by foreign investors to avoid or minimize certain federal and state taxes