WHAT WE DO FOR BUSINESSES
RMN represents Pennsylvania businesses and entrepreneurs in a variety of legal situations. Our clients range from small startups to mid-size companies with millions of dollars in annual revenue.
We make sure that our clients don't have to face legal challenges on their own.
If you have a business legal issue, contact us today for a free legal consultation with one of our business attorneys.
Forming a corporate entity shields personal assets from business liabilities, and it's a vital legal step for any startup.
For most small businesses, an LLC makes more sense than forming a corporation. It still provides protection, but it is simpler and less expensive.
Our business lawyers can file or defend against lawsuits that your business is involved with. We fight aggressively to win the best outcome.
Most businesses don't need an entire legal department, but they do need a trusted business attorney who can provide guidance when needed.
Disputes between shareholders or partners require complex legal maneuvering. These cases can involve shareholder derivative actions, shareholder oppression, forced dissolution, and fiduciary duty breaches.
Whether you are buying or selling a whole business, part of a business, or a piece of property, you need an experienced attorney to protect your interests.
Even in a "take it or leave it" deal, it is still important to understand what you are about to agree to. We can help you understand all the ins and outs of a complicated contract.
Startup business ventures have their own set of unique legal challenges. The goal of our business lawyers is to navigate through legal issues in the most efficient way possible to set the business up for long-term success.
Employment laws and regulations can give rise to major liability in any business. A good business attorney can help avoid costly lawsuits and audits through pre-preemptive legal compliance.
Commercial leases typically last for several years, and many thousands of dollars are at stake. A good business lawyer can help strike dangerous terms and negotiate more favorable language in the agreement.
A business attorney should be involved in a negotiating and drafting every contract your business makes. We can help you avoid loopholes Employment agreements, major transactions, asset purchases and more.
Non-Compete or Non-Competition Agreements stop employees from leaving to work for a competitor. However, they may be not be enforceable if not carefully drafted.
If you have let a worker go "for cause" you may not to pay their unemployment benefits. If a fired worker is approved, we can help you appeal.
Owner a franchise business can be a great investment, and a great career. Whether you are considering fast food, a store, or something else entirely, we can help you get in business.
Restructuring can be legally challenging, and it may involve admitting a new partner or owner to the business, removing an owner, or merging two legal entities into one business.
Trademarks can apply to a brand, logo, or slogan. For maximum legal protections, a business lawyer should help register the trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).