Whether you’re starting a new project, selling or acquiring a business or seeking to expand or strengthen an existing enterprise, the attorneys in Cuddy & Feder’s Corporate Law practice possess the experience, knowledge and dedication to help you achieve your desired results.

At Cuddy & Feder, our Corporate lawyers work with all types of business structures, from unincorporated entities to international and publicly traded corporations, and spare no effort towards fully understanding your business and your short- and long-term goals. Through our hands-on approach, we serve as your strategic advisors to not only assist in the implementation of your business plan, but to quickly and efficiently address issues that arise from market changes or unforeseen complications.

Our Corporate Law team routinely counsels clients regarding entity formation and governance, even acting as outside general counsel for many of our clients. We partner with you to develop sound corporate foundations, as well as nuanced procedures and protocols that will lead to a successful venture. In addition, we handle a broad range of corporate and business transactions, including licensing and software agreements, executive compensation agreements, trademark applications and general contract negotiations.

As a multi-disciplinary firm, we distinguish ourselves in our ability to leverage the collective expertise of our colleagues throughout our various practice groups – Litigation, Land Use, Zoning & Development, Trusts & Estates and Environmental Departments – to provide our corporate clients superior service and a comprehensive array of integrated legal services.

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Entity Structure and Formation

Corporate Agreements

Employment Agreements

Business Sales and Acquisitions

Corporate Governance and By-Laws

Business Financing

Intellectual Property & Licensing

Eon Nichols discusses the basics of IDA financing and how it can be beneficial for real estate developers and owners.
Elmsford-based Robert Martin Co. (RMC) is embarking on a program to lease much of its rooftop space on many of its buildings for solar power, in a partnership with Manhattan-based G&S Solar and the nonprofit Sustainable Westchester.
As a result of the impacts of COVID-19, many parties are having difficulty satisfying contractual obligations. As such, now more than ever, it is imperative that parties have an understanding of how New York Courts interpret the force majeure doctrine and the doctrine of impossibility, both of which may be used to excuse non-performance in certain circumstances.
Cuddy & Feder understands not only the law but more importantly what business is all about and how it should work. There is real value here for what you pay for.
Phil Raffiani, President, Mirado Properties Inc.