Living in a litigious society means there are laws you likely don’t even know about.
That’s an unsettling prospect when you are working hard to run a a successful business, plan for your future, and abide by rules and regulations that impact your professional and personal life.
The business law attorneys of Spengler Nathanson have thorough knowledge of every law pertinent to you, which will keep you moving forward, not setting you back.
To learn more about any areas of our expertise, please read through the list below or connect with us directly.
Clare C. Armbruster
Michael W. Bragg
Stephen D. Hartman
Thomas A. Lupica
Sarah K. Skow
David G. Wise
Richard E. Wolff
Nathan H. Zechman
Thomas J. Kelley
Banking and Financial Institutions
The attorneys at Spengler Nathanson have over sixty years of experience representing banks and other financial institutions in connection with all phases of banking law and operations, including loan document creation, collections, repossessions and foreclosures.
Bankruptcy and Creditor Protection
Our attorneys help companies and individuals address the issues and take advantage of the opportunities which exist in todays markets. Our clients include banks, manufacturers, distributors, health care providers, and retail merchants.
Construction and Lien Law
Our attorneys have broad experience in construction and lien law, from the planning stage through completion and, when needed, dispute resolution. We have represented homebuilders, developers, homeowners, condominium developers, general contractors, architects, engineers, surveyors, construction managers, financial institutions, investors, landlords and tenants, municipalities, and title, bond and liability insurers.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Our attorneys represent a wide range of businesses in connection with the development of growth strategies, including mergers and acquisitions. From planning to drafting and from negotiating to closing, we will assist you with all of your growth needs. We often use a team approach so that each of your specified growth needs, whether tax, environmental, ERISA, or labor is addressed in a timely and efficient manner.
Our attorneys will help you organize to qualify for non-profit status if your corporation benefits the public, a specific group of individuals or the membership. Some of the non-profits we have represented include: religious organizations, charitable organizations, political organizations, metropolitan parks, credit unions and membership clubs.