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Business Law attorneys in Rockland County, New York help business owners with all aspects of running a company both small, medium and large.


From business start-ups, to closely-held businesses, to a new franchise, business owners often need an attorney.


Business law disputes can arise from the purchase or sale of a business, business planning, transactional disputes, banking and finance law, mergers and acquisition, and business or commercial litigation.


Related topics include intellectual property, real estate and property law, contract law and general civil trial law.


When choosing a business law attorney in Rockland County, New York for your case, look at the attorneys training and experience representing similar businesses in similar types of case.

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Allen A Kolber

Allen A Kolber
The Law Offices of Allen A. Kolber, Esq.
134 Route 59 Suite A
Suffern, NY 10901
Licensed for 34 years, Allen A Kolber is a Real Estate Law and Bankruptcy lawyer... read more >
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Lawyer Referral Service in Rockland County, NY - The Rockland County Bar Association in New City, NY, sponsors a Lawyer Referral Service. The service helps individuals and businesses find an attorney throughout New City, New York, and the surrounding areas of Rockland County. Last year, the LRS made more than 1,500 referrals to private attorneys who participate in the program. The service carefully pre-screens the local attorneys for their good standing with the state bar and experience in the needed practice area of the law. In exchange for a $50 fee you will receive a 30 minute consultation with the attorney to discuss your legal concerns and the attorney fees for additional representation.



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