Customizing Our Counsel For Your Business Law Concerns
Some small to medium-sized businesses are in need of attorneys as much as Fortune 500 companies. The problem is that the small to medium-sized businesses do not have a fraction of the budget, and the ‘big’ law firms tend to hand off small to medium-sized business clients to their less experienced attorneys. This results in clients just not getting what they need.
Our legal team at Gusty Sunseri & Associates, P.C., has represented small to medium-sized businesses in Allegheny and the surrounding counties for over 35 years. When you hire us, you will be partnered with a seasoned attorney who has expansive experience with Pennsylvania’s legal statutes and procedures.
Qualified To Assist With Transactional And Litigation Matters
Whether it is business transactional work, such as buying and selling businesses, acquisition of assets, business loans, formation of corporations, limited liability companies, drafting bylaws, operating agreements or 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporations, our firm can fulfill your needs.
These are just some of the business-related legal issues that our Pittsburgh firm deals with on a daily basis:
- Business sale and acquisitions
- Business dissolutions
- Business contracts
- Employment agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Nonsolicitation and confidentiality agreements
- Equipment purchases
- Oil and gas matters, including lease negotiations, real property and zoning issues
- Business litigation
- Construction contracts
- Liquor license sales and acquisition
- Trademark and copyrights
- Corporation and LLC formation
- Breach of business contracts
Reach Us Today To Discuss Your Business Needs
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