Harwood Lloyd’s Commercial and Business Law practice covers the entire scope of commercial transactional law. We have vast experience in forming and counseling small, closely-held businesses including corporations, limited liability companies, limited and general partnerships and sole proprietorships. We are able to assist our business clients with shareholders’ agreements, operating agreements, and partnership agreements. We represent both national and local community banks and lending institutions in connection with commercial, construction, and residential loan reviews. We also represent financial institutions in connection with leasing and real estate sales and purchases, and general counseling on a daily basis. Because of our relationships with banks and financial institutions, we are able to provide our clients with referrals for their banking and financing needs. Our experience includes representing parties involved in the purchase, sale, or merger of all types of businesses and professional practices. We are experienced in the sale or purchase and transfer of liquor licenses in New Jersey. Besides the breadth of expertise that our commercial attorneys have, thanks to the wide variety of practice areas at Harwood Lloyd, our commercial attorneys are able to provide our business clients with access to expert representation in areas related to their businesses including insurance, environmental, and zoning and planning issues.
Harwood Lloyd’s commercial and business law practice is also able to assist clients in dealing with health care service and data privacy related business issues. This area of our practice ranges from reviewing, drafting and negotiating agreements, to guidance on many health care regulatory compliance requirements. We are also able to assist our clients in addressing state data security breach issues. Transactional support is available for health care business agreements for laboratories, hospitals, physicians and other health care providers, as well as health plans and providers of goods and services to health care providers and insurers.
The attorneys who practice in our commercial and business law area are conscious of the need, especially in an unfavorable economy, to provide our clients with prompt, professional, and cost-effective representation.