Partners Paul J. Bloom, Keith H. Archer and Linda S. Agnew bring distinguished legal skill and experience to the table for clients in a wide range of real estate law, litigation and business law issues throughout Long Island and surrounding areas of New York.
Beyond the ability to develop successful strategies in litigation matters, each partner and attorney is well versed in real estate and business law as well as the ways that the law contributes to and works against developing successful business ventures. The attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP take pride in being able to speak the language of their clients, and contribute to the success of their investments and business endeavors.
Find out more about partners Paul J. Bloom, Keith H. Archer and Linda S. Agnew, as well as the firm’s experienced attorneys below.
Paul J. Bloom
Keith H. Archer
Linda S. Agnew
Tara D. McDevitt
Andrew S. Filipazzi
Melvin L. Ortner
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Steps 6-10 of Incorporation
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Steps 1-5 of Incorporation
If you're establishing a new firm on Long Island, wish to incorporate an existing firm or seek to do business in New York as an existing corporation headquartered outside the state, there is a certain process you must follow in order to ensure the legal validity of...