Connecticut Business Formation and Planning
Civil and Business Litigation
Attorneys protecting your interests while you focus on business growth and operations
For seventy years Suisman Shapiro has consistently provided eastern Connecticut businesses with the skilled and thorough legal counsel that protects corporate interests and allows shareholders and management to focus on strategy and operations.
We offer wide-ranging legal expertise to operations in Connecticut. Our business formation lawyers will help you establish your company in a way that minimizes personal liability and tax exposure while offering the flexibility necessary to take advantage of opportunity in a dynamic economic environment.
Our attorneys work with financial institutions and government agencies to arrange capitalization and operational funding for new ventures, mergers, acquisitions and development projects.
Through careful review, negotiation and drafting of contracts, and counsel on compliance with government agency regulations our lawyers help you avoid expensive and distracting disputes. However when disputes do arise, we will aggressively represent your interests in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, agency hearings, or civil litigation.
Our corporate and commercial law attorneys Raymond Baribeault, Eric Callahan represent corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, financial institutions and other entities in a full range of issues:
- business formation
- acquisitions and mergers
- securing lines of credit
- SBA and HUD loans
- employment law
- commercial leases
- reviewing and drafting contracts
- contract disputes
- property development
- real estate sales and purchases
- business litigation
- business succession planning
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Suisman Shapiro serves clients from New London County, Windham County and Middlesex County including the communities of: New London, Norwich, Waterford, Groton, East Lyme, Stonington/North Stonington, Lyme/Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Ledyard and Montville.