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Paul Wigg-Maxwell advises small business (including investor groups, foreign and domestic corporations, for-profit and not-for-profit companies, small business startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs). As a mentor to startups, he works with seed and early-stage companies and startups, helping them refine business, financing and technology strategies to help enable rapid growth.

Mr. Wigg-Maxwell will act as your New Jersey business lawyer (also referred to as corporate lawyer or small business lawyer or transactional attorney) providing the following services:

    Choosing the right business form (e.g., limited liability company (LLC), corporation, S corporation, or partnership);

    Business formation and dissolution;

    Mergers and acquisitions;

    Setting up a U.S. subsidiary sales company or entering into distributorship or commission agreements with U.S. sales representatives.

    Real estate matters, including leases;

    Partnership agreements, joint venture agreements and strategic alliance agreements;

    Negotiation and preparation of deal term sheets, LLC operating agreements and shareholder agreements;

    Commercial leasing, financings and closings;

    NDAs and confidentiality agreements (non-disclosure agreements or confidential business information agreements), non-competition and non-solicitation

    agreements;

    Internet and technology related agreements and other agreements;

    Formation of tax-exempt not-for-profit companies (e.g. 501(c)(3));

    Contractual disputes (including collections and enforcement of obligations);

    U.S. asset purchase and/or investment (so foreign investors can avoid estate/gift tax, and minimize their income taxes);

    and more.

As a transactional attorney, Paul Wigg-Maxwell strives to clearly set forth the commitments and understandings of the parties in their documents.

When transactions fail, Mr. Wigg-Maxwell finds the right strategy for unwinding a deal through work-outs, buy-outs and other strategies. Mr. Wigg-Maxwell is skilled at identifying the “must haves” for each party and establishing what may and may not be traded.

Representative Transactions:

    Sale of Assets of a Refinery Simulator Design Company

    Sale of Stock of a Hospital Software Business

    Sale of Assets of a Contract Vitamin Manufacturer

    Sale of Accounting Practice

    Cross Border Joint Venture Agreement for Chicken Waste Processing

    Wind-Up (liquidation) of a 16 Retail Store Group.

 

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