Senior Partner David M. Dubin and Partner Kathryn Dalli successfully represented the seller of a commercial shopping center in Farmingville
Business & Corporate Law
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Twomey Latham provides legal assistance to all manner of business clients, whether they’re entrepreneurs just starting a business or established executives running large companies.
The firm’s experience covers a wide spectrum of legal issues that span the entire life-cycle of a business including entity business selection and formation; negotiation and preparation of joint venture, partnership, shareholder, and operating agreements; employment and consulting agreements; corporate governance; mergers and acquisitions; business succession planning; and entity dissolution, whether voluntary or judicial.
Many clients use Twomey Latham as their corporate counsel for their day-to-day business and commercial law needs. Advice regarding employment law issues, commercial collections, mechanic’s liens, and contract preparation and negotiation are just some of the matters that the firm routinely handles for its clients.
The firm is also adept at helping business clients protect their intellectual property, trade secrets, and other proprietary rights. The firm assists with the drafting and negotiation of, among other things, non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, and confidentiality agreements.
Twomey Latham also has vast experience litigating contract disputes and business torts including misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, interference with contractual relations, and business defamation. For more on our commercial litigation experience, please see our Civil Litigation practice area page.
Business Succession Planning
Twomey Latham has the necessary experience and tax and estate planning expertise to develop and implement successful business succession plans for owners of closely held businesses who wish to reach their retirement goals. For more on our experience in this regard, please see our Taxation and Wills, Trusts & Estates practice area pages.
Mergers & Acquisitions
The law firm also assists clients with mergers and acquisitions transactions including stock and asset sales. Whether a small sale or acquisition of a local business or a large multimillion-dollar transaction involving entities in one or more states, Twomey Latham’s attorneys are adept at helping clients successfully achieve their goals while also providing guidance with related tax considerations and other relevant issues that arise in a merger and acquisition context.
Business & Corporate Law Attorneys
Our Long Island business law attorneys focus on providing clients in-depth knowledge of our diverse range of practice areas.
John F. SheaSenior Partner
Christopher D. KelleySenior Partner
David M. DubinSenior Partner
Jay P. QuartararoSenior Partner
Daniel R. BernardPartner
Craig H. HandlerPartner
Peter M. MottPartner
Jeffrey W. PaganoPartner
Janice L. SneadPartner
Bernadette E. TuthillPartner
Lisa Clare KombrinkCounsel
Joan Morgan McGivernCounsel
David L. HamillAssociate
News & Insights About Business & Corporate Law
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Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP (“Twomey Latham”) represented East Hampton Shucker Company (“EHSC”) in connection with the