Andrew S. Bosin is a leading small business startup lawyer attorney managing his own business contracts law firm located in New Jersey just outside of New York City who represents and provides legal advice and help to startups, entrepreneurs, individuals, closely held small to medium businesses and early stage growth ventures and companies. Andrew understands the legal needs of small startup businesses and can provide affordable cost effective negotiating legal services for business contracts and agreements. Andrew’s experience in working with lean entrepreneurs led him to offer fixed rate flat fee legal document packages that can fit into the budgetary needs of any small business startup whether its a technology, software, tech startup, mobile app or SaaS software company.
Businesses need experienced, top rated legal counsel to write, draft and negotiate excellent contracts. As a commercial and business transaction attorney, Andrew represents his clients in a sophisticated variety of business agreements. Andrew offers business-minded legal solutions, responsive and focused on his clients business legal needs. Andrew offers comprehensive services to protect and preserve his clients’ interests, providing proactive business and transaction counsel.
Andrew works with local, domestic and international clients in contract structuring, drafting and negotiating, contract review, and legal audits of business forms.
Specifically, Andrew counsels and provides legal advice to individuals, small businesses and startups on business contracts, business agreements, master service agreements, non-competition, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements, employment contracts for employees, LLC business operating agreements, Operating Agreements, Partnership Agreements, Asset Purchase Agreements, buy-sell agreements and other agreements among business owners, Delaware C Corporation formation documents including bylaws and founders restricted stock purchase agreements, shareholder and equity owner agreements, stock option and incentive compensation plans, independent contractor agreements, consulting agreements, sales agreements, licensing agreements, joint ventures, equity financing, promissory notes, convertible debt instruments, stock purchase agreements, transactions and contracts involving suppliers, distributors and customers, intellectual and proprietary technology licensing and transactions and other business agreements.
Andrew regularly advises clients on New Jersey contract law, including reviewing contracts, drafting business contracts, and contract negotiation.
All too often an employee or business has a need to draft or negotiate a business contract or agreement. Some examples include:
Whether your company is a start-up, joint venture, or partnership, you should have an operating agreement, which is an agreement between the members of the LLC that describes and outlines each member’s, rights, duties, obligations, responsibilities, positions and things such as voting rights. The operating agreement can be updated and amended at any time, for whatever specific company need that might arise.
Independent Contractor Agreements
These types of contracts are typically entered into between a small business and vendor or person that the business needs the services of but does not necessarily want to employ in the traditional sense of the word. Typically, an independent contractor is responsible to pay his or her taxes resulting from work done pursuant to the agreement. It is critical that any business that hires an independent contractor have an attorney draft a contract so the business is protected in the event the contractor fails to perform his or her duties or commits an act of negligence.
Any business that has a product to sell or offer to the public that is unique in nature such as new technology or something that not many companies can offer, should think about selling those products pursuant to a licensing agreement. This type of agreement will protect the company from another entity stealing their idea, technology, patents or trade secrets.
Any time employment involves working in highly competitive field or with a product that has a patent or the company needs to protect its trade secrets, you can expect the employer to require you to sign a confidentiality agreement. Typically, these agreements are one or two pages and seek to prohibit you from divulging or revealing any confidential information you might learn while employed which could include, information about customers or clients, patents, trade secrets or things that give your employer a competitive advantage. In most instances, if you sign such an agreement, you will likely be barred from working for a competitor or taking a similar type job for at least one year.
The Law Offices of Andrew S. Bosin is located in Bergen County, New Jersey
201-446-9643 – www.njbusiness-attorney.com
Business & startup lawyer attorney Andrew S. Bosin is located in New Jersey just outside of New York City and has a nationwide Startup Law Firm serving clients in New Jersey, New York, Buffalo, Queens, Manhattan, New York City, Westchester County, Islip, Oyster Bay, Rochester, Utica, New Rochelle, Tonawanda, White Plains, Binghamton, Saratoga Springs, Rockland County, Brooklyn, Long Island, Albany, Syracuse, Suffolk County, Nassau County, Bronx, Staten Island, Allentown, Scranton, Lancaster, Harrisburg, State College, College Station, Boston, Hartford, Providence, Connecticut, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington D.C., Dallas, Florida, Ohio, California, Austin, Texas, Maryland, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, San Antonio, Austin, San Diego, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Houston, Salt Lake City, Toledo, Akron, Dayton, Provo, Portland, San Jose, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Broward County, Dade County, Newark, Delaware, College Park, MD, Cook County, Phoenix, Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City, Raleigh, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Boise, Eugene, Manchester, Burlington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Rhode Island, Boca Raton, Arlington, Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia, Reston, McLean, Cambridge, Quincy, Riverside, San Bernadino, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland, Columbus, Baltimore, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Orlando, Las Vegas, Round Rock, San Marcos, Louisville, Richmond, Tempe, Southbend, Bloomington, Knoxville, Oxford, Tuscon, Long Beach, Ames, Ft. Collins, Lawrence, Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Champaign, Oklahoma City, Birmingham, Salt Lake City, Baltimore, Mobile, Alabama, Utah, Washington, Seattle, Oregon, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Wake County, King County, Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, San Mateo County, Contra Costa County, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Sunnyvale, Mecklenburg County, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Boynton Beach, Orange County, Palo Alto, Harris County, Waco, Columbia, Missouri, Tarrant County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Burlington, Portland, Maine, Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Cambridge, London, Paris, UK, England, Dublin, Scotland, Edinborough, Amsterdam, Germany, Munich, Berlin, Madrid, EU, European Union, Spain, Austria, Vienna, Geneva.