Commercial Contracts & Transactional Matters

A significant part of the firm's business law practice involves business transactions and corporate law in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas. Often, lawsuits can be avoided if the underlying agreements are drafted with precision and foresight. The firm's approach to drafting contracts is simple: it strives to accurately and thoroughly prepare the underlying documentation and address issues of compliance and regulatory enforcement in a manner that is proactive. In other words, the firm seeks to prevent problems before they arise.

For example, one of the firm's focuses is the sale and purchase of a business, what is generally referred to as "Mergers & Acquisitions." Having a wealth of experience in this area, the firm is often able to advise its clients respecting both the business and legal aspects of how to structure and effectuate the sale in a way that makes the most sense. This applies from the inception of the transaction through its conclusion.

The Nissenbaum Law Group has handled a variety of commercial transactions
involving such matters as:

  • corporate formalities including operating agreements, meeting resolutions and corporate bylaws;
  • shareholder agreements and stock pledge agreements;
  • sale and purchase of a business;
  • employment, severance and restrictive covenant agreements;
  • distribution agreements;
  • promissory notes, security agreements and applicable UCC filings;
  • intellectual property licensing and assignment agreements;
  • corporate Governance;
  • commercial Real Estate purchases;
  • commercial Leases;
  • occupational Licensing;
  • trademarks, Copyrights and Trade Secret; and
  • invoice terms and conditions.
Published Works:

"Stop Look and Listen: Selected Defenses to the New Jersey Frivolous Lawsuit Statute"
, 20 Seton Hall Law Review 184, 1989

"Challenges Ahead for Frivolous Lawsuit Statute", 124 N.J.L.J. 837, October 5, 1989

"Pitfalls in Collecting a Judgment Against Individual Partners of a Partnership", The Independent Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors, Fall, 1994

In the Arena: Litigating for the American Civil Liberties Union-NJ, NJ Lawyer, December, 2007

Wrongful Posting on the Internet: The Privacy You Save Could be Your Own, NJ Lawyer Magazine, April, 2008

Receiving Classified Information: Government Secrecy and the Litigation Process (Co-author), NJ Lawyer Magazine, October 2009

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Presented Seminar, The Frivolous Lawsuit Statute, Newark Chamber of Commerce, 1991

Panelist, Recent Developments in Litigation Sanctions, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1994

Presented Seminar, Recent Developments in Litigation Sanctions, Hudson County Medical Society, 1994

Facilitator, 2003 Mediation Training, Superior Court of New Jersey, Union County

Legal Aspects of Sexual Harassment Claims, American Psychiatric Association, May 5, 2004

Presented Seminar, Construction Law: Negotiating Contracts & Filing Construction Liens, Various, 2007 – Present

Panelist, Security and Liberty: Is There a Trade Off?, Farleigh Dickenson University, Office of Global Learning, Teaneck, NJ, 2008

Presented Comment to the Supreme Court of NJ Committee on Public Access to Court Records, Trenton, NJ, 2008

Presented Seminar, Guantanamo and Civil Rights, NJ Seeds, Drew University, 2008

Panelist, The Lisa Durden Television Show, The Business Behind the Music, 2008

Presented Seminar, Maintaining Chapter Finances, National Leadership Team, Academy and Collegiate Advisory Board Academy, National Leadership Conference, Kappa Delta Sorority, Inc., Boston, MA, June 2008

It's All Smoke and Mirrors: State Smoking Bans and Theatrical Performances,
AACT Spotlight, November, December 2008

Presented Seminar, Comedy and Drama: The Legal Aspects of Community Theatre, American Association of Community Theatre National Convention, New York, NY, July 2008

Presented Seminar, Protecting Your Online Image, Various 2009-Present

New York County Lawyer's Association, EMIPS Committee Comments to New York State Bar Association Report of the Privacy Task Force, Contributing Author, March 2009

Presented Seminar, Construction Law: Negotiating Contracts & Filing Construction Liens, NJ Construction Expo, Meadowlands, 2010

Presented Seminar, Strategizing the Exit Strategy, Union, NJ, January 2010

Keynote Speaker, Women's History Month Dinner, Pace University, New York, NY, March 2010

Panelist, Casino Law 2010: Game On!, 2010 South CLEFest, Atlantic City, NJ, August 2010

Moderator, Engage - The most Powerful Commodity I know is Information, New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners' Annual Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 2010

Panelist, Empower - I Create Nothing. I Own it: A Panel about Establishing and Protecting your Intellectual Property as a Business Asset, New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners' Annual Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 2010

Presented Seminar, Attorney Ethics Grievance Process, Union County Bar Association, 2011

Panelist, Life After Law School: Practical Lessons in managing Your Legal Career From the Beginning, Seton Hall Law School, Newark, New Jersey, April 2012

Presented Seminar, Theatre and the Law, American Association of Community Theatre National Convention, New York, NY, July 2012

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