Business Law

Pennsylvania Business Formation Attorneys

Quinn, Buseck, Leemhuis, Toohey & Kroto Inc. in Erie, Pennsylvania, handles a wide array of business transactions involving business formations, mergers and acquisitions. Northwest Pennsylvania business owners and management personnel are encouraged to contact the law firm to schedule a review of any of the following business needs:

  • Entity selection (sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company or corporation, for example)
  • Single-owner or multiple owner start up ventures
  • Application of federal and state tax laws
  • Shareholder agreements and disputes
  • Franchises
  • Business operations, including annual meetings and minutes
  • Labor and employment matters
  • Commercial real estate leases, purchases and sales
  • Debt financing through private lending institutions and state agencies
  • Equity financing through private placements and public offerings
  • Securities laws
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Pennsylvania Business Corporations: A New Way of Doing Business

Quinn, Buseck, Leemhuis, Toohey & Kroto Inc. has a legacy of more than 80 years of distinguished service to business owners, entrepreneurs, commercial real estate holders and lenders, and other business entities in Northwest Pennsylvania. Our record of effective counsel and representation includes multiple-generation family businesses that have maintained working relationships with our law firm for more than 50 years.

Our business transaction lawyers welcome inquiries from up-and-coming entrepreneurs in need of legal guidance in the formation, growth and development of new business ventures. We are ready to advise you on ways to protect personal assets while giving your business a strong legal footing in all the areas of your day-to-day operations, including supply and delivery contracts, financing, employment law, taxation and real estate.

As is appropriate and necessary, the attorneys of Quinn, Buseck, Leemhuis, Toohey & Kroto, Inc. practicing law in other departments (such as real estate and employment law), are prepared to handle particular issues that affect the business clients of the law firm. Contact a Northwest Pennsylvania business law attorney through this Web site or by phone regarding business formation, shareholder agreements or any legal aspect of business operations.