Law office of


THOMAS W. SEELEY P.C.



2-4 Fennell Street
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Ph: 315.217.1552
Fax: 315.217.0417
Small Business Counseling
 
I have assisted numerous business in all stages of their operation from initial start-up to dissolution.  I understand clients often need guidance at every step so they can focus on what really matters – running their business.  Among the many services I routinely offer to my clients include:
 
  • Entity Selection - Helping clients select the best type of entity for their business whether it be a sole proprietor, LLC or corporation


  • Formation - Drafting the necessary documents to have your entity formed within the State of New York.

 

  • Purchase and Sale Agreements - including Asset Purchase, Stock Purchase and other business succession plans.

 

  • Liquor Licensing - assistance for all State and Local requirements in transference of an existing liquor license or application for a new license as well as representation and experience in 500 foot law hearings.

My office offers assistance for all State and Local requirements in transference of an existing liquor license or application for a new license as well as representation and experience in 500 foot law hearings.
My office offers assistance for all State and Local requirements in transference of an existing liquor license or application for a new license as well as representation and experience in 500 foot law hearings.
  • Employment Agreements - including covenants not to compete

 

  • Franchise Filing & Agreements - preparation and registration of franchise disclosure documents (FDDs), structuring of franchise business entities, franchise disputes 

 

  • Intellectual Property Protection - copyrights , patents, trademarks, licensing and Internet intellectual property law matters

 

  • Not For Profit Corporations - including formation and application to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status

 

 

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