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business transactions and formation



From the formation of a company to the purchase/sale of a business, Frank E. Ferruggia Jr., Esq. has the experience needed to protect your interests.  

Our services include: 

  • Formation of a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation;

  • Drafting and negotiating an operating agreement, partnership agreement or by-laws;

  • General business contract/lease review;

  • Business asset sales and purchases.

A New Jersey business attorney can assist you in deciding what type of business structure is best for you.  All business structures have advantages and disadvantages.  The two main factors to consider when selecting a business structure are taxes and liability.  

If you are starting a business with a partner you should have a New Jersey attorney prepare a partnership agreement.    In addition, if you are going to purchase or rent commercial property in New Jersey it is always a good idea to have a discussion with a business attorney before entering into any contract.      


Business disputes vary in complexity and we are able to advise you on the most appropriate options. As the operation of your business is your primary focus, we will always explore all opportunities to resolve your business dispute amicably and through negotiation without the need for time consuming and expensive formal litigation.  Disputes that cannot be resolved through discussion or negotiation can often result in the filing of a lawsuit.  We handle business issues and litigation throughout New Jersey.


The most frequent type of commercial litigation involves contracts and alleged breaches by one party or another.  In this area, litigation is often necessary because the terms at issue in a contract are often unclear and open to more than one interpretation.  A well-drafted contract will solve many problems in advance, but many contracts are not well-drafted or did not anticipate new circumstances. This leads to complex legal and factual issues in lawsuits over the interpretation and breach of contracts.  We will always attempt to resolve the case through negotiation first. However, if settlement becomes unattainable, we will not hesitate to protect the rights of our clients and zealously represent them at trial. 


Please submit your information on the contact page or call us at (862) 246- 6496 to schedule a consultation to discuss your matter.

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