Steven S. Bloom, Esq.
Cushner & Bloom, P.C.
Business and Corporate Law
Starting a new business? Converting from a sole proprietorship to a corporation? Are you going it alone? Do you have employees? Independent contractors? There are many things to think about when starting a new business, including, but certainly not limited to:
(1) what type of entity should the business be? a corporation? an LLC? a partnership? etc.
(2) liability issues;
(3) forms of ownership;
(4) control issues;
(5) insurance issues;
(6) employee/contractor issues;
(7) death/disability of the owners;
(8) lease vs. ownership; and
(9) buy-out issues;
to name just a few. If you are starting a new business or converting your form of business ownership, it's important to start out right.
If you are starting a new corporation, contemplating a new business, looking to certify your foreign corporation to do business in Massachusetts, concerned about your lease, have a dispute involving your business or have any questions concerning the purchase or sale of a business, call Steven S. Bloom, Esq. for fast service and the individual attention of an ottorney with nearly 35 years of experience.
Attorney Steven Bloom offers representation in the field of business law, including corporate start-ups, contracts, business disputes, non-compete matters, restaurant purchases and other business acquisitions.
1170 Beacon Street Brookline MA 02446
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