The Firm is well versed in the drafting and negotiation of account service agreements, SAAS agreements, confidentiality agreements, licensing agreements, privacy policies, terms of use agreements, nondisclosure agreements and service provider agreements.

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The Firm routinely works with companies from start-up ventures to established companies of all sizes.  Our corporate transaction group drafts ownership, management and operational protocols as well as the drafting and review of key contracts.  We deliver results by focusing on the unique needs of each business client.

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The Firm has extensive experience in all areas of commercial real estate transactions (lending, leasing, retail, office and residential development).  Scope of practice included commercial loans, sales and development (purchase and sale contracts, restrictive covenant agreements, developer agreements, easement agreements), leasing agreements (office lease agreements, shopping center leases, ground lease agreements, sublease agreements, amendments and SNDA agreements), loan workouts, loan restructuring and loan assumptions.

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