Menahem Law specializes in representation of small and large business corporations. Handling Business Negotiations, Agreements, Drafting Contract Terms and Document Review. Menahem Law handles contract issues that arise in your organization. In litigious legal times, it is critical for your business to have a general counsel on hand. Whether you need in person legal representation at a business meeting or to handle daily matters, Menahem Law is able to serve your business needs. Caren J. Menahem aims to resolve potential conflicts expeditiously so that they do not escalate into wasteful spending on your company. Of course, Menahem Law is ready to litigate legal matters when necessary. Services also include preparation/representation at board meetings on or off site. Menahem Law is always available to serve your business needs. Menahem Law offers general counsel services on an affordable monthly retainer offering up to 2 hours of legal service per month. If more hours are required, the firm will bill hourly and bill only for time spent. This will save your company from the financial burden of keeping up with the exorbitant in-house general counsel salaries, benefits and bonus structures incurred by many businesses. Her firm will be readily available on call, after business hours and whenever needed to handle your business needs on short notice. Menahem Law is readily available to handle your daily business needs. Protect your business interests and retain Menahem Law.
Commercial and Residential Lease Agreements
Choosing the right attorney to best handle your real estate development plans, choosing cost effective retail space are essential to make your deal a success. Caren’s Firm handles small and large boutiques, restaurant rental space, mall and store leases. Caren J. Menahem, LLC has over 15 years experience to handle all your lease negotiations from start to finish. She has experience in handling rental/lease agreements and all home owners association disputes. She handles all stages of contract terms including any disputes or unforeseen complications which may arise. She handles owners of office buildings in New Jersey, Connecticut and Washington D.C.
Caren J. Menahem has the real estate experience to advise landlords in specific legal issues that cover existing and future tenants. Her services can also provide consulting concerning any potential conflicts.
Caren J. Menahem, LLC has handled homeowners association disputes including revising, reviewing and drafting the Bylaws.
Real Estate Development and Contracts
Represents clients in all types of commercial, retail and residential development projects, including retail facilities, office buildings and apartment buildings.
Caren J. Menahem, LLC will provide you with day to day support for all of your commercial building and development needs. Draft/negotiate contract terms with suppliers, vendors in short and long term construction projects.
Home Contractor and New Construction Disputes
Has your contractor failed to show up for work on your home.
Menahem Law provides representation for home construction and renovation projects and can provide you with the right approach to handling all the different phases of your new construction.
If you lost money because of a type of consumer fraud, you need legal representation. The Law Office of Caren J. Menahem offers legal services to help a client who is a victim of fraud. During her time at the New York Attorney General Office Consumer Fraud Division Unit, Caren J. Menahem has successfully represented individuals in recovering their money in cases of consumer fraud.
College/University Education Law Disputes
Represents undergraduate, graduate and post graduate students in various grade or discrimination disputes at the university level.
Test Accommodations for entrance exams to secondary schools may require legal representation. Exams such as SAT, LSAT, MCAT, GRE and GMAT have obligations under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act to offer reasonable accommodations for students with learning disabilities. You may need an attorney to help you obtain these appropriate accommodations under the law.