Business Law and Public Bidding

Business law is not for the uninitiated.  By trying to handle the finer points of corporate governance, policy manuals, employee handbooks, shareholder, vendor or employee agreements, let alone litigation of such matters, or even company formation and dissolution without legal counsel, you could be putting your assets, employees and reputation in jeopardy.

Business owners know the importance of practical, educated experience when dealing with legal complexities.  From the biggest corporations to the smallest family-owned ventures, every company can benefit from the aid of professional legal counsel in business planning, handling day-to-day operations, or managing potential or actual litigation.

Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, provides high-caliber business planning and business litigation services to individuals and commercial clients of all sizes and specialties. 

Whether you’re a small business owner, an officer or general counsel at a large corporation, or an individual seeking legal advice, a competent and ethical attorney can provide you with the counsel and confidence you need to make informed decisions and gain priceless peace of mind.  Turn to the law offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., to satisfy your needs.

Small and medium-sized businesses face big challenges.  In spite of limited budgets, they still need reliable, effective representation to protect their reputations, assets, employees and best interests.  Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., provides professional counsel to businesses of all sizes and specialties. From formation to dissolution, business planning and contracts, employee and non-compete agreements, non-disclosure contracts, leasing, financing, to the sale of your business, we have the expertise to help.  Similarly, when there are problems, whether they are from shareholders, customers, employees, clients or competitors, or general business disputes, business litigation, and even audits or regulatory enforcement by federal or state agencies, Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., has the experience and competence to help you achieve a favorable outcome with strong, aggressive and fortified representation.  Call the Law Offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, at 201-627-8694

“A man to carry on a successful business must have imagination. He must see things as in a vision, a dream of the whole thing.”

Charles M. Schwab

Government Procurement is the area of law that governs businesses interacting and trading with government entities, and includes bid preparation, bid submission, bid challenges, bid appeals and contract implementation.

The process of preparing a compliant and successful bid submission in response to a “Request for Proposals” is complex and detailed work.  A single error might disqualify a bidder from consideration.  This is especially true in the arena of public bidding and government contract procurement, where non-conforming bids are often stricken.  This could spell financial disaster to a company locked out of a multi-year contract.  Do not leave your company’s profits to chance.  Contact the Law Offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, for representation in your bidding and procurement matters.

Often the process does not stop at bid award.  This arena often involves bid challenges by unsuccessful bidders seeking to take your work, or on the flip side your company may wish to investigate and challenge a bid awarded to a competitor where the selected bid was non-compliant.  Furthermore, disputes regarding contract implementation often arise between vendor and awarding agency.  The law offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, handles bid challenges, litigation and appeals throughout the State of New Jersey.  The NJ Department of Treasury, Division of Purchase and Property will have experienced staff and attorneys on their side, and you should have the same.  Contact the Law Offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, for a free, no-obligation, initial consultation.

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