Helping Your Business Survive And Thrive

If you are forming or operating a business, you should choose a business law attorney who can help you make intelligent decisions from both a legal and business perspective. The problem, especially if you don’t happen to be a Fortune 500 company, is this:

Where do you find a lawyer with experience and proven ability in these matters at an economically feasible cost?

At the law offices of Andrew Rubin, our experience enables us to effectively identify current and future legal pitfalls and at the same time — develop and implement plans that reduce potential liability in the future. Simply put: At our firm, matters important to the current and future prosperity of your business will not be handled by inexperienced associates. Instead, you will work with and have your legal needs served by attorney Andrew Rubin — a highly respected attorney with 30 years of experience practicing law.

What Issues Is Your Business Facing?

We serve business clients in Essex County, Bergen County, Morris County, Passaic County and from the surrounding areas of northern New Jersey.

The depth of our knowledge and breadth of our experience enables us to help you with any business-related legal issue, including:

  • Business formation (incorporation, partnership formation, LLCs)
  • Corporate governance
  • Business contracts and agreements (includes shareholder, partnership, distribution, licensing and franchise agreements as well as buy-sell agreements)
  • Employment contracts (includes executive compensation and severance contracts, noncompete agreements, nondisclosure agreements and more)
  • Commercial collections
  • Dispute resolution
  • Business litigation

Contact Information

To schedule an initial consultation with Andrew Rubin, Attorney at Law — call our offices in Montclair, New Jersey, at 973-718-2239. You can also contact us online at any time.

Evening and weekend appointments are available by request. We also offer flexible fee arrangements tailored to the client’s circumstances and the legal matter to be addressed.