Running a business can be hard enough. You don’t have to do the legal work alone.
BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY SERVING NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AND CALIFORNIA
WHAT THE FIRM OFFERS
Let’s face it: you’ve made a contract, or maybe even incorporated a business, but you probably didn’t understand half of what you were reading. More importantly, you worried about how every detail could and would affect your business down the line. That’s where we come in.
You have a lease. You have a tenant; maybe a couple. Your tenants are doing something you don’t want them to do. Or maybe you haven’t done something your tenants think you need to do. With years of experience in this space, both on the initial leasing side and on the eviction/breach of contract side, we can give you the insights you need to keep your property humming (and profitable).
So it’s come to blows. Someone screwed you, or thinks you screwed them. A lawsuit is inevitable; the clock is ticking. If you’ve never been through this, you’re understandably stressed. It’s probably all you can think about. If you have been through this, you know what stress awaits you.
Take a breath. Slow down. Give us a call. We have a proud track record as efficient, creative, and tenacious litigators. We can’t make the fact that you’re involved in a lawsuit any less stressful. But we will make the process less painful. We’ll handle the legal stress (in fact, we revel in it) so you can focus on keeping your business moving.
You’re hiring your first employee. You need an employee manual and contract. You’re making your first sale on credit. You need a security agreement. You’re leasing your first office or manufacturing space. You need to formalize an oral contract you’ve had for a while. You name it, we’ve probably seen it. We’re here to answer any questions you have.
Mike got his license to practice in California on December 2, 2013, passing the infamous California bar exam on his first attempt. He’s been practicing civil litigation of all stripes in San Diego and Los Angeles ever since then.
Along the way, he’s collected invaluable experience in virtually everything about the legal and compliance side of running a business. From labor and employment issues, to drafting and litigating contracts with vendors or involving real estate, to dealing with unreasonable counterparties, he’s seen it all. More recently, he’s quickly learned and worked on foreclosure and breach of contract cases for real estate wholesalers and other real estate investors. It’s often said it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill; Mike has just about double that figure in less than a decade. He now runs a full-service boutique business and real estate firm. Mike’s most extensive background is in representing high net worth and very high net worth individuals.
He moved back to his native New Jersey in 2020 in order to be closer to his family during the COVID-19 pandemic. He sat for the New Jersey bar exam in February 2021, and again passed on his first attempt. He has since also gotten his Pennsylvania and New York licenses.
Mike is licensed to practice in California, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. He is federally licensed in the United States District Courts for the Southern District of California, Central District of California, and the District of New Jersey.
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