understand that you are in business to make deals and make
money, and so you are willing to accept some risk. ("A
ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are for.")
However, savvy business people realize that handshake or other
unwritten or undefined deals can result in future headaches.
too often, clients consult their attorney only when the deal
has gone bad. Unfortunately, at that point, the attorney's
ability to help the client may be limited to damage control.
While it's not practical nor advisable to consult an attorney
on every transaction, at some point, the money and aggravation
saved by an attorney can easily outweigh any fee. It is at
this point on the continuum where we like to focus our business
practice - the point where we can be cost-effective problem
solvers for our clients.
is the business person's lawyer. Although one of an attorney's
jobs is to make sure that a business transaction is properly
documented, Mark operates as a deal maker, not a deal breaker.
Mark is a strong and accomplished negotiator who strives to
find creative solutions that will maximize his clients' objectives
while still closing the deal on time
of the Best Deals I Ever Did Were the Deals That I Didn't
true, sometimes something too good to be true is (remember
that saying about there's no free lunch?). As an attorney
who regularly reviews real estate and business transactions,
Mark has a broad, long-term perspective that helps ferret
out and address potential problems.
a legal review of an important contract or transaction can
be handled quickly and inexpensively. Although most deals
do not end in dispute, those which are not reviewed for legal
issues can end up in costly and time-consuming litigation.
business matters handled by the Law Offices of Mark Buckman:
Drafting and Negotiation
/ Sell Agreements
Resolution / Civil Litigation
between shareholders and partners
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