Sacks Tierney’s Business and Corporate Law group offers a full range of legal services for your privately owned company.
Sacks Tierney is a Best Law Firms selectee for Corporate Law (Regional Tier 1).
Identifying closely with your entrepreneurial attitude, we press hard and creatively to achieve your business goals in the creation and structuring of business entities, as well as private offerings, mergers, acquisitions and other transactions. We try to cultivate a close counselor-client relationship that transcends the routine delivery of legal services. When you face your most exciting business opportunities or most challenging problems, you can count on us to be there to guide you through those critical times.
Keys to Long-Term Success
Because relatively few family businesses outlive their founder, we can help your company survive the transition to the next generation and beyond. For many years, our firm has rendered services to privately held companies, including family-owned businesses. Our services in this area include business succession, entity selection, capital formation, S corporation taxation, partnership taxation, gift and estate tax planning, employment law, protection of intellectual property rights, and distribution agreements.
Knowledge of Finance
Sacks Tierney can guide you through the financial aspects of complex commercial and real estate transactions, commercial and public finance, and debt or equity securities. We can help you structure your transaction in the context of practical, legal and tax issues by preparing and negotiating documents and closing the transaction. Further, our attorneys understand the unique aspects of transactions involving financially troubled entities.
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