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Small and Mid-Size Businesses

Whether you are starting a new business, dissolving an established company, or find yourself involved in a business dispute, the experienced attorneys at Rogers & Tartaro, LLP offer professional counsel to help secure your financial future.

We represent small and medium-sized businesses and not-for-profit organizations in New York and Connecticut. Working with accountants, financial experts and financial planners, we discuss the tax, legal and liability issues surrounding business transactions, real estate ventures and estate plans. We draft organizational documents and agreements and assist our clients through all phases of dispute resolution, including mediation and litigation.

Business and Commercial Litigation

We have the expertise to pursue complex business litigation, but also the negotiating skills to help achieve economical, effective settlements.

Litigation usually has a significant impact on a company's ability to achieve its business objectives. The attorneys at Rogers & Tartaro, LLP take a straightforward approach with clients, evaluating the costs, risks and benefits of any action.

We effectively defend and pursue our clients' interests in matters such as breach of contract, unfair trade practices, construction law and collection matters.

We also counsel employers on best employment and management practices to minimize liability for workplace-related conflicts. We draft agreements with an eye toward avoiding future litigation.

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Business Transactions

Our firm can help your business from incorporation to dissolution, with every procedure in between. Our experienced lawyers prepare and review the documents necessary to establish a business, and ensure that your business complies with statutory requirements. We offer trustworthy counsel throughout the life of your business, helping you ensure its success.

We advise and assist clients on the best business structure for their legal and financial needs. We represent clients in forming the following business entities:

  • Sole proprietorships
  • Partnerships
  • Corporations
  • Limited liability companies
  • Limited liability partnerships
  • 501(c)(3) organizations

Once your business is operating, we can draft agreements with an eye toward avoiding future litigation, but also pursue and defend a range of commercial litigation and contract disputes, including:

  • Operating agreements and partnership agreements
  • Leases
  • Business and real estate purchase/sale agreements
  • Vendor/customer agreements
  • Construction and construction management agreements
  • Employment and shareholder agreements
  • Non-compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements for employers and employees
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Shareholder agreements

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Not-For-Profit Law

In addition to our traditional business law practices, we provide non-profit organizations in New York and Connecticut with legal assistance, including applications for 501(c)(3) status and litigation. We draft organizational documents and agreements and we assist our clients through all phases of dispute resolution, including mediation and litigation.

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Employment Law: Representing Employers

Rogers & Tartaro, LLP represents and advises small businesses, managers and professionals on how to prevent and resolve employment and contractual disputes, comply with laws that regulate the workplace and implement effective human resources practices. Our goal is to help our clients achieve and maintain productive working environments. Toward that end, legal services to employers include the following areas of law and human resources practices:

  • Employment manuals and handbooks
  • Employment contracts
  • Compensation issues: wages, salary, pensions, benefits
  • Determining independent contractor/employee status
  • Compliance with wage-hour laws and other employment laws
  • Preventing, investigation and dealing with complaints of employment discrimination and harassment, whether based on race, color, sex, national origin, sexual preference or membership in any protected group under federal and state laws
  • Preventing or dealing with employment defamation
  • Termination agreements, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements
  • Compliance with immigration laws and regulations

When a dispute arises, we have the negotiating skills and experience to help our clients reach satisfactory settlements whenever possible. Whether a client needs formal mediation or an advocate to negotiate directly with an employee, the attorneys at Rogers & Tartaro, LLP ably conduct all services in a professional and cost effective manner. We also provide representation in arbitration proceedings and litigation in all federal and state courts within Connecticut and New York.

Our attorneys believe in strict compliance with all ethical rules. Careful conflict checking procedures ensure that our clients receive independent representation that is compassionate, responsive and effective.

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Rogers & Tartaro, LLP 

Connecticut Office:

158 Danbury Road, Suite 8
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877
Telephone: 203-431-6646
Fax: 203-431-6686
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New York Office:

1025 Westchester Avenue, Suite 402
White Plains, New York 10604
Telephone: 914-682-3390
Fax: 203-431-6686
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At the Ridgefield, CT, and White Plains, NY, law offices of Rogers & Tartaro, we represent clients throughout New York and Connecticut, including Bedford, Goldens Bridge, Katonah, Lewisboro, New York City, Redding, Stamford, Weston, Wilton, Westchester County and Fairfield County.

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