Business & Real Estate: Unparalleled Qualifications
For over 40 year, clients in Boston’s Metrowest region have trusted Attorney Eric Rothenberg to handle their business and real estate concerns.
Mr. Rothenberg has a deep understanding of the administrative and financial aspects of owning and operating a business. He received an M.B.A. from Boston University at the same time he completed his J.D. at the university’s law school. In addition to his educational background, Mr. Rothenberg maintained credentials as a certified public accountant (CPA). He provides an intimate, experiential understanding of the intricacies of bookkeeping and money management when he assesses clients’ business and real estate needs.
Areas of Practice
Over many years, Mr. Rothenberg has worked with a variety of business models in numerous industries. He has represented general business corporations, limited liability corporations (LLCs), corporate landlords, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), closely-held and family businesses, franchisees, and sole proprietorships, among others. As such, Mr. Rothenberg is able to tailor his services to the individual needs and goals of a variety of business ventures.
Small businesses would particularly benefit from working with Eric Rothenberg to minimize their liability through creation of a corporation, LLC or LLP. Small businesses can also plan ahead to ensure smooth succession of ownership and the retention of valued employees when an owner retires or passes away.
Particular services or referrals provided by Mr. Rothenberg include:
- Corporate formations
- Mergers, acquisitions and dissolutions
- LLPs and LLCs
- Generation transfers
- Shareholders agreements
- License agreements
- Partnerships and joint venture agreements
- Buy-sell agreements
- Stock restriction agreements
- Business financing
- Venture capital funding
- Leveraged buyouts
- Insurance law
- Contracts and other legal documents
- Private placements
Taming Taxes and Financing
Business affairs tend to produce complex tax issues. For persons and corporations whose business is real estate, this is even truer. However, Mr. Rothenberg also specializes in complex and sophisticated tax issues. By choosing Eric Rothenberg for your business legal concerns, you doubly provide for the financial well-being of your venture by also saving money on your tax returns.
Additionally, from his years of practice in the Metrowest region, Mr. Rothenberg has established relationships with a number of financial institutions, and other professionals, helping smooth his clients’ way to startup capital or project financing.
Whether you are an experienced entrepreneur looking for trustworthy and competent legal representation, or a new business owner looking to put your best foot forward in tax and legal matters, call Eric Rothenberg today to schedule a free consultation about your needs.
Type of Entity
Attorney Rothenberg regularly is asked by clients as to which entity is best for them: Sole Proprietorship, LLC, LLP, Limited Partnership, Corporation, S Corporation, or Trusts? The answer to this question depends upon many factors not just taxation. His flat fee to set one up includes forming at the Secretary of State and obtaining a federal ID and other initial items for the entity. There is usually a separate fee for an entity operating agreement for all but trusts. His extensive tax and business background give Attorney Rothenberg a superior advantage in helping you choose which entity is best for you t this time and how, over time, you might want to shift that to a different entity.