The unique structure of The Shapiro Law Firm means that clients benefit from their lawyer’s years of experience handling civil and transactional matters.
The Shapiro Law Firm represents individuals, companies, and corporations, as plaintiffs and defendants in civil law suits. As each case differs, so does our fee structure. Depending on the parties and nature of a matter, legal fees may be based on a fixed hourly rate, a flat fee, or a contingency fee arrangement. Contact us today to discuss your options.
How our firm is built to take on a variety of legal matters:
Due to the unique structure of our firm and dedication of our attorneys, we have the flexibility and capability to take on cases across the legal spectrum. Our clients approach us for help with all types of legal issues. As a result, we have become excellent at handling all types of civil and transactional matters. From litigating a breach of contract claim before the New York Civil Supreme Court, to contract drafting and review, The Shapiro Law Firm, LLC, has been successful at meeting all of the legal needs of our clients. Contact us today to see if we are able to handle your civil or transactional matter.
Business Formation & Organization
Business Incorporation, Formation & Compliance
Limited Liability Company (LLC) Formation, Operation & Compliance
Civil Lawsuits: Trafficking Victims Protection Re-authorization Act of 2008
Defamation (Libel & Slander)
WAGE, LABOR & EMPLOYMENT
Employee/ Independent Contractor Classification Disputes
Overtime Wage Claims
Unpaid & Underpaid Wage Claims
Breach of Contract
Contract Drafting & Review
Real Estate Transactions
SEC Subpoena Responses
Wills, Trusts & Estates
LITIGATION IS NOT ALWAYS THE BEST ANSWER!
Our goal is to advance client interests within the bounds of the law. Accordingly, our New York City-based civil and transactional attorneys are well-trained and experienced in litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution processes, such as mediation and arbitration. Contact us today to speak with an Attorney and find out if an alternative dispute resolution will better suit resolve your legal matters.