The firm's business, corporate and commercial law practice encompasses a full range of services from routine matters such as organizing corporations and limited liability companies, drafting stockholders' and voting agreements, and reviewing corporate compliance programs to more complex matters such as structuring multi-party transactions and serving the special needs of boards of directors. Our broad range of experience includes debt and equity financings, public and private placements of securities, the formation and dissolution of corporations, the preparation and interpretation of contracts, acquisitions and sales of businesses, mergers and acquisitions, and the negotiation and documentation of business transactions.
We render advice on all aspects of commercial transactions, including sales of goods and services, letters of credit, documents of title, investment securities and secured transactions. Our clients have benefited from our broad knowledge of technology and trademark transfers and licenses, and the creation of distributorship and franchise agreements.
The firm handles employer/employee relations and disputes at all levels, from drafting or reviewing employment and non-competition agreements, nondisclosure and confidentiality agreements and personnel manuals to representing clients in administrative proceedings.
The firm represents lenders in commercial transactions and in litigation. In the workout area, the firm's experience in bankruptcy, litigation, real estate and other areas and its real-life approach to problems enable it to protect the interest of lenders in the most practical way possible under unfortunate circumstances.
Should the need for commercial litigation and arbitration matters arise, Rogin Nassau offers a wide range of services, from single-issue injunction cases to multimillion dollar contract disputes. Our size and experience allows us to assume responsibility for new matters quickly and efficiently. Our litigators have broad experience in alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and minitrials.