How do we protect you and the assets of your business?


In today’s litigious society one of the greatest fears of many individuals and business owners is to have all of their assets wiped out by one large claim or multiple claims filed against them. Whether you’re an individual or business, there are legal ways to protect your assets from claims of potential creditors. Asset Protection law is very complex and involves the interplay of numerous federal and state statutes. If your Asset Protection is not done properly, it can expose you and your assets to great liability.

Our law firm has the unique perspective of having many years of experience representing creditors. We are familiar with techniques creditors utilize to collect on their judgments. Therefore, by being knowledgeable of creditor laws and the methodologies used by creditors to collect on their judgments, we have the knowledge to legally counteract creditors from going after the assets that you have spent a lifetime acquiring.

By using our proprietary methods and asset protection tools, we can assist you in protecting both your individual assets and your business assets, including but not limited to protecting your valuable intellectual property, as well as your tangible assets. As each individual and company is different, we provide a unique plan for every individual and business owner seeking our assistance. Feel free to call our law firm for a free telephone consultation to discuss your unique needs. Contact us now and let us show you how to properly and effectively legally protect all of your company’s vital intellectual property, to facilitate your company’s success in this competitive economic environment.

Articles and publications


My business is successful - I have no assets or money!
June 26, 2018

In today’s world, it’s difficult to avoid liability. Incorporating your business or forming an L.L.C. is not enough if the business' liablities threaten your livelihood. The number of companies exposed to astronomical liability for the most basic of mistakes, is increasing at an alarming rate...

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Do I Really Need to Read and Understand What I Sign?
May 19, 2018

Some of the contracts I have seen, have been a short as one page, and longer than 100 pages. But the one thing that remains the same, is that you can tell the difference between a well-written contract and a poorly written contract.

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Why is a well written Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement so important?
March 3, 2018

[...] The reality is that you just missed the most important step if you don’t have a well written Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement. Remember that every company is unique.

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How do I get certified to be a Woman Owned Business in New York?
March 2, 2018

To qualify for New York State certification as a women-owned business enterprise (WBE), a Company must successfully demonstrate the following by providing relevant documentation. This is independent of any certification you may have from any other State or Federal Government.

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You just formed a company, now what?
 
December 17, 2017

You filed a certificate of formation if you’re a New Jersey Limited Liability Company, or a certificate of incorporation if you’re a Corporation. The most popular question people ask me is “Now what do I do?”

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Can you tell me about an S-Corp?
 
November 20, 2017

Generally speaking, when creating a new business, your choices are to form a corporation or a limited liability company. How do you know you qualify to be an S Corp. with the Internal Revenue Service? The following is a general basic list of requirements to qualify to be an S Corp...

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Does my small business qualify for US government contracts?
November 13, 2017

On any given day, the number of articles that I come across about the government awarding multimillion dollar contracts to large businesses is overwhelming. The question that runs through most of my clients’ minds is whether or not their businesses can qualify for government contracts. The answer for the majority of small business owners is yes.

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All lease agreements are not created equal
November 11, 2017

Somewhere along the way you’re going to be asked to sign a lease agreement, either for where you live or for your business. The most common misperception I’ve seen is that all lease agreements are basically the same and are non-negotiable. That could not be further from the truth.

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It's a great time to be a women owned businesses!
November 6, 2017

The number of businesses launched by women in this country is growing exponentially. But what most women don’t know is that there are numerous benefits to being certified as a woman owned business from both the state and federal standpoint.

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Pitfalls of buying or selling a business. What you don't know can hurt you.
October 30, 2017

It seems like every day driving down Route 9 in Freehold NJ, you see one business close and a new business move into its space. This made me think of the legal process involved in selling a business and the liabilities associated with it for the unknowing business owner.

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Employees' text-and-drive habits could mean liablity
October 22, 2017

Despite the fact it has been all over the news that there have been a huge number of accidents caused by people texting or holding a cell phone while driving. However, what is really alarming and is not discussed in the news is how this can expose your business

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Our mission


As the world becomes a more complex place to live in and do business in, the technology we use on a daily basis becomes more complex as well.

The companies developing this technology need experienced lawyers to assist them in protecting their business’ most vital assets, their intellectual property. Our law firm has knowledge and experience in drafting all of the necessary documents for protecting your company’s vital intellectual property.

We provide intellectual property advice in the course of your technology transaction, as you create, acquire, and divest your intellectual property rights on a global basis. In addition, as a law firm knowledgeable in the area of Cyber Law, we can assist you in protecting your intellectual property rights while operating and doing business on the internet.

Contact us now and let us show you how to properly and effectively legally protect all of your company’s vital intellectual property, to facilitate your company’s success in this competitive economic environment.

How do I protect my valuable ideas?


In general, when protecting your valuable ideas, you should think in terms of protecting your work from both the outside world and the people who work for you. Patents are generally utilized to protect a unique invention. Trademarks are generally utilized to protect your name, your brand, and any unique slogan you’ve created. Copyrights are utilized to protect your written work. Using a combination of these things by a skilled legal practioner can help protect your work from an outside party. To protect your work from employees and contractors of your company, a skillfully drafted Confidentiality Agreement is generally your best tool. All of these things used in proper combination with other intellectual property legal tools can prevent a company or individual from stealing your valuable ideas. Therefore, I cannot stress enough the importance of speaking with an Intellectual Property Attorney early on in the building of your business, to assist you in protecting your valuable ideas.

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Confidentiality Agreement

A skillfully drafted Confidentiality Agreement is generally your best tool to protect your work from employees and contractors of your company.

All of these things used in proper combination with other intellectual property legal tools can prevent a company or individual from stealing your valuable ideas. Therefore, I cannot stress enough the importance of speaking with an Intellectual Property Attorney early on in the building of your business, to assist you in protecting your valuable ideas.

Should I have an Employment Agreement?


The topic of Employment Agreements has been one well discussed among employers and employees for many years. Employment Agreements, if well drafted, protect both employers and employees.

as an employer

As an employer, the question is whether Employment Agreements are worth spending the time and money to create. As an employer, you want your employees to know as much detail as possible, as to what you expect from them for them to meet your goals and objectives.

In addition, you want an employee to know the consequences of failing to meet those goals and objectives. Furthermore, from a liability standpoint, you want it clear to your employees what behavior is acceptable in the workplace and what behavior is not. Therefore, it would be beneficial for you to speak to an employment attorney to create a well drafted employment agreement.

as an employee

As an employee, the question is whether or not you want to sign an agreement with your employer. As an employee, you want to make sure that you fully understand what is expected of you to succeed in your new job and to ensure it is the right job for you. You also want to know clearly what you need to do in order to succeed at your job.

In addition, you need to what occurs if you are unable to meet your employer’s goals and objectives. Finally, you need to know the company’s basic rules and regulations. Asan employee starting a new job or being asked to sign employment agreement with an existing job, it would be beneficial for you to speak to an attorney to make sure you fully understand the agreement you may be signing

Contracts And Agreements.


When you enter into an agreement with someone, it is extremely important that the terms and conditions of the agreement are clearly stated in a well written document. Many agreements are traditionally referred to as “Contracts”.


In many ways, a contract tells a story.

The beginning of all contracts starts the same way, with listing ofthe people or entities who are going to be bound by the contract. The middle of the contract sets forth the terms and conditions of the agreement as well as the penalties for failure to comply with the agreement. The ending of every agreement traditionally refers to the fact that the agreement encompasses and overrides all prior agreements relating to the topic between the parties. The end of the Contract also has a place for the parties to sign for themselves or their company.


Therefore, the middle

of the contract is the most significant part of the contract. Prior to having any contract drafted, you should make a list of all of the understandings and the agreements made between you and the parties. You should also set forth which state’s law will govern the contract which is usually the location and/or state that at least one of the parties is located in.


Finally,

you should also state whereall disputes are to be resolved and by what mechanism, i.e. litigation or arbitration.The drafting of a well-written contract is not an easy task. Your attorney will work with you to ask you theright questions to ensure that the contract meet your expectations, limits your liability, clearly spells out your understanding with the parties, and discusses with you the best mechanism for resolving disputes. Your attorney will then take all of that information and put it into a well drafted contract.


You can read more about contracts and other issues on my blog at weinsteinlawyer.blogspot.com

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As a client, you will not sacrifice quality for cost by retaining our services. We will not overcharge for legal tasks that can be handled by a paralegal or an associate.

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We fully understand the need for getting back to clients quickly and promptly. You will always feel like our number one client.

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Our firm has years upon years of real-life experiences with (among others) contract negotiations, law suits, litigation, and intelectual property issues.

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We will handle all of your business needs, such as tax law or litigation. Years of legally protecting businesses just like yours. Real cases. Real people. Real needs.

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