ATTORNEY AT LAW
ROBERT E. WISE, JR., ESQ.
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A business background is an invaluable asset for understanding the business context in which a client operates and for appreciating the pressures a client faces. A strong business acumen enhances an attorney’s ability to grasp the client’s business plan, strategy, and culture in order to play a crucial role in recognizing the client’s difficulties.  Strong business experience helps the attorney find solutions and add value to the team while maintaining cost.

Attorney Wise represents a broad spectrum of clients in the aviation, construction, pharmaceutical, software, sports and import/export industries.  He offers legal counsel on a full range of business issues.

● Represent domestic and foreign corporations and other business entities.

● Represent subsidiaries and affiliates of foreign business entities doing business in the United States.

● Negotiate commercial property leases to assist the company locate its place of business.

● Draft employment agreements.

● Counsel on the negotiation and participation in strategic alliances and joint ventures.

● Negotiate and draft service and operating contracts.

● Negotiate and draft license agreements.

● Manage the ongoing maintenance of operating entity.

● Draft shareholder agreements.

● Protect intellectual property and proprietary information with the registering of trademarks and service marks, and development of procedures to protect trade secrets.

● Provide legal counsel on the purchase and sale of businesses, mergers, joint ventures; liquidations, reorganizations, recapitalizations, private equity placements, and other structural changes.

● Represent Individuals and Businesses  in Court Involving a Variety of Business Matters Including:

            ● Breach of Contract

            ● Fraud and Misrepresentation

            ● Unfair and Deceptive Act or Practices (Violation of M.G.L.c. 93A)

            ● Breach of Fiduciary Duty

            ● Breach of Implied Covenant of Good  Faith and Fair Dealing

            ● Negligence

            ● Breach of Warranty

            ● Injunctive Relief

            ● Attachments on Trustee Process

            ● Specific Performance

            ● Interference with Contractual or Advantageous Relations

            ● Misappropriation of Proprietary Information

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

BUSINESS AND CORPORATE : "MY BUSINESS EXPERIENCE HELPS ME  UNDERSTAND MY CLIENT'S BUSINESS AND TO DEVELOP COST- EFFECTIVE AND CREATIVE SOLUTIONS."