Since the establishment of Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC in 1952, the firm’s attorneys have dedicated much of their practice to meeting our business clients’ needs. We provide comprehensive business representation to our clients in every phase of their business, including entity selection, formation, contract negotiation and preparation, and representation in business disputes and litigation.
When establishing a new business, one of the first decisions you must make is deciding on the appropriate choice of entity. Selecting the type of entity is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business, as it will have tax and legal liability implications. Connecticut law provides several options, and our attorneys will explain your options and the relative advantages and disadvantages to each option. Some of the types of business entities recognized in Connecticut include:
Registering a business entity with the Secretary of State involves filing a vast number of forms. Our attorneys will assist you with preparing and filing the necessary entity formation documents, including shareholder and operating agreements. We can also assist you with other documentation related to your business including contracts and leases, purchase agreements, UCC Filings, and employee agreements.
Our attorneys have extensive experience representing our business clients in various disputes and litigation matters. We utilize all strategies to help your business avoid disputes; however, they are sometimes inevitable, and experienced legal representation can help ensure your business’s continued success.
Contract disputes and breach of contract litigation are among the most common types of cases that our attorneys handle. An entire business can be put in jeopardy if even one dispute arises concerning an important contract. Our attorneys are highly experienced in handling a wide variety of contract disputes and can assist your business regardless of the issue.
Additionally, our attorneys are familiar with non-compete agreements and employment contracts. We have represented many businesses and individuals in these types of cases.
If your business requires experienced legal counsel, contact Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC for a free initial consultation.