Business / Commercial Law

business and commercial  Lawyer Hartford, CTWhether you are a small business owner, or planning to start your own business, Bodner Shapiro Law Group can assist you with legal counseling concerning formation of businesses, buying and selling of businesses, and various business contracts. We can negotiate, draft and review commercial agreements, including, among others, partnership agreements, employment contracts, vendor agreements, and non-disclosure and non-compete agreements. We also help established businesses manage their legal and business disputes by providing business litigation services. For our entrepreneurial and smaller clients, we often serve as "outside general counsel."

We work closely with other business professionals, including accountants, financial advisors, and other legal counsel to enable us to provide comprehensive legal and business advice. We provide quick responses to client questions and issues; we listen closely to our clients to understand their legal needs, and we employ cost-conscious strategies in order to best meet those needs.

We serve clients in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Click here for Areas We Service List.


Main Office
645 Farmington Avenue, 3rd Floor
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 216-3796
Fax:     (860) 206-0031

Satellite Office, by appointment only.
425 Union Street
Executive Offices
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: (413) 285-3025


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