Mr. Wendrovsky has represented numerous individuals and entities in purchasing and selling small businesses, including restaurants, laundromats, candy, groceries & bodegas; and the purchase of professional practices.
enforces confessions of judgment and promissory notes.
Mr. Wendrovsky has twice organized and been the chairperson of continuing legal education (CLE) programs for other lawyers conducted at the New York County Lawyer's Association that taught the 'nuts and bolts' of the purchase and sale of small privately-held businesses.
Mr. Wendrovsky assists corporate, small business, and individuals, in:
breach of contract for payment or delivery of services or goods;
building, design and engineering contractors, funeral services, equipment leasing, and professional search firm fees);
filing and discharge of mechanics liens;
prosecution, enforcement and defense of domestic and foreign judgments in state and federal court;
defense of actions to confirm arbitrations:
banking improprieties- forged checks; and
defense of uninsured business owners in personal injury and property damage actions.
As a corporate and small business lawyer, he has assisted:
profit-making corporations, LLC's, and not-for-profits, in numerous real estate transactions involving commercial leases, lease modifications and lease assignments;
New York licensed physicians with the applicable laws and guidelines regulating the practice of medicine, relating to 'med spas', fee-splitting, professional licensure, the operation of esthetician training schools, and the potential for professional discipline;
small businesses in creating licensing agreements for the marketing and sale of products;
consulting agreements for independent experts and independent contractors;
'finder fee' agreements (product sales); and
care management agreements.
Contact the Law Office of Gerry Wendrovsky when you are looking for an Upper West Side lawyer who has over twenty two years of experience in contract law and business law in New York City.