Business Law and Intellectual Property

You are an entrepreneur.  You have ideas.  Perhaps you already own a company, and you could be looking for investors or new partners.  Maybe you haven’t even formed your business entity yet, and you are still putting together a business plan and making early decisions.  There is so much to be done, and there always seems to be something standing in the way between you and your own business!

Choosing an attorney can be a difficult decision, especially when you have a business to build, property to buy or sell, or some other endeavor that demands your attention. What’s more, individuals and small business owners often feel that they must go it on their own, and that only big companies or the rich and overly litigious need quality legal services. This is simply not the case. Annmarie Cording, at Weiner & Cording, assists individuals and small business owners just like you. Your attorney is your strategic partner in achieving your goals, and I am committed to providing excellent legal services at a fair price.

For small business owners, it is common to feel overwhelmed by “everything else” it takes to run a business.  We are here to help you navigate the everything else: the legal formalities, the complicated contracts, the business disputes, and all that extra work that seems to be wasting your precious time and energy.  We assist you so you can get back to running your business with the knowledge and confidence that you have everything else under control.

We assist our small business clients in a  variety of different circumstances.  Small business and intellectual property services include those listed here, but are not limited to these areas.  If you have any questions, please contact us so we can discuss your specific situation and determine how we can help you.


  • Entity Formation (partnerships, LLC, corporations, public benefit corporations, non-profits)
  • Business Transactions
  • Ownership Transactions
  • Business Advisory/General Counsel
  • Employment Law
  • Business Continuation
  • Dissolution


Unfortunately, many small business owners assume they are “too small” to worry about intellectual property.  The reality is that almost every business owns valuable intellectual property that requires some form of protection.

  • Confidential Information/Trade Secret Protection
  • Trade Names
  • Trademarks and Copyrights
  • Licensing

Business and intellectual property law is our business

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