San Francisco Business Transaction Attorneys
Entity Formation Attorneys
Success begins with sound business planning that includes legal counsel about the most appropriate corporate structure, tax planning, employment law, and avoiding litigation. Knowing how to produce a product or deliver a service is important, but successful businesses don't overlook the importance of having an experienced business transactions firm helping them make the right legal decisions.
The legal decisions your business makes will have a powerful impact on profitability. We are a boutique business law firm that focuses on providing winning legal strategies that take into account each clients' unique business needs. At the business transaction and litigation firm of Sack Rosendin, LLP, we have been providing intelligent, sound legal advice to successful business owners and operators for more than 30 years. We understand that legal fees are an investment, and you expect value-added to your company for that investment. If you are a business owner or operator, or are considering establishing a business in California, get the quality legal counsel you need to be successful. Contact the business transaction lawyers of Sack Rosendin, LLP to schedule an opportunity to meet with us. Before you go to work for yourself, put our success to work for you.
We help our business clients understand all of their legal options, so they can make the decisions that make a difference. We are committed to providing legal services that help our clients win in the marketplace.
- Licensing rights
- Sales agreements, distribution agreements, employment contracts
- Business entity formation
- General business and contract litigation
- Employment Discrimination, wrongful discharge defense
- Business and tax planning
- Dispute mediation, litigation
- Personal injury counsel
- Toxic injury counsel
Contact a business transactions attorney at Sack Rosendin, LLP, to schedule an opportunity to meet with us today. We focus on providing winning legal solutions to your business law needs.
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