We were once a startup.  We’re sensitive to the needs of entrepreneurs.  Over the years, Romano Law has helped many businesses get started.  We’ve advised owners on raising capital safely, how to protect their intellectual property and to accelerate their growth sensibly.

What you should know before starting a business

Regardless of your industry, creating a limited liability entity can be one of the safest ways to do business.  Romano Law’s diligent team of startup lawyers are thoroughly versed in the nuances of business law and can help you avoid legal liabilities interfering with your personal life.

Beyond forming a limited liability entity, our legal team provides experienced advice and appropriate corporate documents for new businesses, such as:

  • Employment contracts
  • Employee manuals / employment handbooks
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Website terms of use and privacy policies

Of course, we’ll also help you decide what’s best for your business – a C-Corporation, S-Corporations, or a Limited Liability Company – and how to protect your company’s road to success!

Multiple Objectives, One Place

We know that entrepreneurs often wear many hats and we’re no different.  We can assist you with a wide range of legal issues related to starting a business.  We offer practical advice in areas such as:

Balancing A Budget

Starting a new business can become expensive.  You need to balance legal costs with the expense of running your operations.  Understanding this, we put together a simple, Flat Fee Formation package that provides value and cost certainty.  Our Flat Fee Formation packages typically include all of the following services:

(1) Discuss your specific intentions for the business;

(2) Help you select a company name likely to gain approval from the Department of State;

(3) Draft the following documents for your new company:

Corporation Limited Liability Company (LLC)
·            Certificate of Incorporation ·      Articles of Organization
·            ​Shareholders’ Initial Resolutions​​​ ·      Members’ Initial Resolutions
·            Directors’ Initial Resolutions​ ·      Managers’ Initial Resolutions
·            By-Laws​ ·      LLC Operating Agreement
·            Shareholders’ Agreement
·            ​Subscription Agreement

(4) Prepare and file federal and state S-Corporation elections (if applicable);

(5) Obtain a Federal Tax Identification Number (also known as an EIN) for the new company, which is typically necessary for tax and banking purposes;

(6) Cover all third-party fees (including state fees) for the expedited formation of the LLC or corporation in New York State;

(7) Cover all third-party fees associated with fulfilling the New York State publication requirement for LLCs (if applicable);

(8) ​Provide start-up legal advice;

(9) Provide a memorandum summarizing important steps to take to preserve the entity’s limited liability status; and

(10) Answer your questions start-up questions related to the LLC formation or incorporation.

Romano Law understands that every business is unique.  We customize our legal services to suit your specific needs.

We look forward to helping your startup grow.