Your Newmarket Business Lawyer
Jonathan Kleiman is a Newmarket Business Lawyer whom specializes in all aspects of business law in and around the Newmarket Ontario area. Jonathan is extremely educated as a business law attorney guiding business owners may it be a small business or corporate clients.
What is Business Law?
Also known as commercial law, business law governs the dealings between people and commercial matters. A great part of business law will involve avoiding problems that can cause future legal disputes for an owner. It has been proven that more times then not when a small business owner handles their own legal matters that mistakes are made which can be extremely costly to the owner.
Types of Entities Represented:
- Individual/Sole Proprietor
- Associations and Cooperatives
May you already be an established business in Newmarket or a start-up company, Jonathan has the business law experience you want on your side. Jonathan will prove to be an asset to your small business or corporation and part of your team helping you avoid any future pitfalls while giving you the legal guidance you need.
Areas of Business Law:
- Start-up Representation
- Asset Purchase Agreements
- Creditors Rights
- Shareholder and Partnership Agreements
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Franchise Legal Representation
- Trademarks and Copyright Law
- Commercial Lease Reviews and Negotiations
- General Contract Review and Preparation
- Stock Purchase Agreements
Newmarket Business Attorney Helping You Succeed
The responsibility of running a business can be stressful enough on an individual. As a business owner you are the leader of your organization. Sales, staffing issues, accounting, customer inquires, human resources are just a few of the daily duties you have.
Legal issues that may arise from time to time can be overwhelming and may make you lose focus at the task at hand which is the growth of your business. Having a Newmarket Business or Corporate Lawyer representing you for legal issues is an investment for your company.
Jonathan offers free consultations, so you can discuss your business legal needs with him.
What is a Sole Proprietorship?
Partnership Business Agreements in Ontario
Breaking a Commercial Lease in Ontario