Eric Hopkins assists clients with a wide range of business issues from business planning and formation to ongoing business advice. Issues of entity formation, titling of assets, contract law, risk management, and other business issues are considered with the goal of minimizing the risk of disputes and dealing with day to day issues, procedures and policies. As past President of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and business owner, Eric counsels various businesses ranging from small to medium sized professional businesses, manufacturing, equipment, pharmaceutical, labor, etc.
Whether you choose a Limited Liability Company, Corporation, Partnership or Joint Venture, choosing the right entity requires informed decision making.
Agreements between business owners are very important tools that deal with various events that may arise during the ownership of a business, such as control, retirement, death, bankruptcy and the sale or transfer of business ownership interests.
During the life of a business, clients require advice concerning routine business operations, including leases and property purchases, drafting and review of various contracts, and employment issues.
Drafting, review and negotiations of various employment agreements to ensure that clients are fairly treated and protected.
Formation and on-going counseling.
Review and drafting of financing documents.
Review and drafting of leases for Class A, B, C office buildings, shopping centers, franchises, investment properties, industrial and manufacturing facilities.