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Bergen County, New Jersey, Business Law Attorneys

The business law firm of Fischer Porter & Thomas, P.C. provides comprehensive business services to business leaders, corporate counsel and other business professionals in New Jersey and New York City. Our firm is well known for our ability to provide clients with sophisticated legal services in the personalized atmosphere of a smaller law firm. For responsive, committed legal counsel, or to discuss our business and commercial law services, contact our business law attorneys.

Advisory, Transactional, and Litigation Legal Services
Caring, Responsive, Committed

Our law firm has established a reputation for representing clients’ interests in complex corporate business and commercial law issues, including business advice, business transactions and business litigation services. Our business law practice encompasses:

  • Business litigation: We thrive on successfully representing our clients in high profile business disputes against some of the biggest firms in New York and New Jersey. We represent clients in business trials or arbitration (including pre-trial negotiations) in resolving all types of business disputes, including shareholder and partnership disputes, injunctions and restraints, business interference litigation, commercial and construction disputes, breach of contract disputes and other business litigation.
  • Business formation and dissolution: Our business lawyers advise business clients on small business start-up issues (such as selecting choice of entity and establishing business formation documents, such as partnership agreements), mergers and acquisitions, dissolution and shareholder disputes, buy and sell agreements, government regulation/compliance issues and other business maintenance.
  • Business transactions: Our firm skillfully reviews business transactions to ensure client interests are preserved. We assist clients with business transactions involving equipment leasing, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder agreements, intellectual property licensing and protection, business licensing, liquor licensing and other transactional matters.
  • Real estate matters: We handle all aspects of real estate and construction legal issues on behalf of business clients. Our practice includes real estate leasing, business purchase or sales, construction disputes and other real estate issues.

Contact Our Business Law Attorneys

Discuss your business or corporate legal issues with an experienced lawyer at our Bergen County law firm for representation in New Jersey or New York. Contact Fischer Porter & Thomas’s managing partner Arthur "Scott" L. Porter, Jr. to schedule a consultation.

Fischer Porter & Thomas, P.C.
Attorneys at Law
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: (201) 569-5959
New York, NY: (212) 545-1921


560 Sylvan Avenue
Suite 3061
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
P: 201 569-5959
F: 201 871-4544
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P: 212 545-1921
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