Business Law

The Business Law Practice Serves Clients’ Corporate & Business Law Needs in a Comprehensive but yet Efficient Manner




The Goel Firm’s business law practice serve a clients’ corporate and business law needs in a comprehensive but yet efficient manner. The firm takes a business approach to legal counseling and transactions and is well versed in working within a client’s budgets on strict deadlines for large, mid size and small companies, and investors. The firm recognizes that business litigation expenses tend to overburden a business’ bottom line. As such, the firm’s ability to work within tight budgets yields immense benefits and advantages for clients.

The firm advises clients regarding: choice of business entity and entity formation, corporate governance, state and federal securities, regulations, commercial law and finance, secured transactions, corporate finance and handling mergers & acquisitions and other company reorganizations.

We serve all types of companies, ranging from start-up companies to large and long established corporations. The firm also services not-for-profit organizations, including educational and charitable foundations.

We can coordinate and handle all legal aspects of your business, bringing in specialized needs. This way, the firm is not just responding to problems as they arise, but also recognizing potential issues and treating them proactively with cost-effective solutions. The Goel Firm takes a problem solving approach to business law, and understands the role they can play helping clients grow their companies and create wealth through mergers, acquisitions, sound and wise contract and risk management.


● Business Transactions

● Mergers & Acquisitions

● Software, Internet and Digital Media and Technology Transactions

● Licensing and Business Methods

● Securities Issuances

● Business Contracts

● Copyright and Trademark Disputes

● Executive Employment Agreements

● Real Estate Acquisition and Financing

● Trusts & Estates

● Corporate Governance

● Entity Formations: S-corps, C-corps, LLCs, LPs, Not-for-Profit organizations

● “Good Standing” Compliance

● Federal Regulatory Compliance: Sarbanes-Oxley