Updated April 3, 2020!
We have structured our flat fee packages to serve as a legal roadmap for organizational structure, and the packages are designed to scale with your startup’s business needs.
We are trademark counsel for entrepreneurs, artists, creators, and businesses all over the world. This experience has allowed us to develop a streamlined flat fee-based process, that offers a cost-effective alternative to the standard hourly rate.
Subscription services allow our attorneys to get to know you and your business, grow with your business, and get you to the point where you need a full-time business attorney on staff.
Elliott J. Brown founded the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown in 2009. Elliott brings over 30 years of experience as both in-house General Counsel for various companies, as well as serving in the corporate departments of law firms in Tel Aviv and New York City. Elliott’s in-house experiences include ten years as Vice President and General Counsel at a U.S. based subsidiary of an Italian holding company, with various holdings in the sporting goods and accessories industry. Elliott also served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel at a full-scale global fashion and lifestyle company, most famously known for their hip-hop and street-wear clothing lines and accessories. Elliott’s duties as General Counsel included managing the company’s vast trademark portfolio as well as anti-counterfeiting efforts on a global basis.
Elliott has since put his experience and knowledge to work for his clients at the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown, representing international clothing and lifestyle brands, celebrities, entrepreneurs and more.
Elliott is a member of the New York State Bar Association and its Business Law section and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Elliott is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey, and Florida.
B.A., University of Florida, ’77
J.D., University of Florida, ’80
“Dream Big and Big Things Will Happen; Dream Small and Small Things Will Happen.”
– Robert Blaier, aka Grandpa
Adam comes from a family with over 75 years of small business ownership and experience in New York, New Jersey, and abroad. His first job was working in a dry cleaner his grandfather owned, for $6.25 an hour, and has been working ever since. Adam draws his inspiration and passion for success from his father and grandfathers who were each an entrepreneur and small business owner. Adam is the first member of his family to attend college or law school, despite the doubts and discouragement from others along the way. As a first-hand witness to what hard work and determination can bring, Adam decided to enter a field where he could help entrepreneurs and small business owners like his family achieve their dreams, the law.
Adam’s goal is to build real and meaningful relationships with his clients. He does this by being transparent, communicating quickly and efficiently, and by trying to come up with creative solutions to his client’s problems or needs. Adam has studied, and practices, in a few areas of law that he believes can help startups and small businesses achieve their goals, from start to finish. Along the way, he has gained valuable experience both In-house and in law firms in the New York/New Jersey area. This mix of experience has given him a unique ability to balance the (often divergent) legal and business needs of a company.
Prior to joining the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown, Adam was the Principal of Blaier Law LLC, a virtual startup and small business law firm. The merger of practices will allow both the Blaier Law and Elliott J. Brown clients to have access to complementary skill sets and comprehensive solutions to a variety of business needs.
Pace University School of Law
Penn State University
B.A., Media Law and Policy
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Updated April 3, 2020!
If you haven’t been paying attention, this blog will offer a broad overview of AB5, its current status, potential complications you might face, and some examples of ways California businesses and other businesses have responded to the new law.
Whether you plan to hire and train a replacement or plan to shut down, the proceeds from a Key Man policy can help cover outstanding debts, the cost of hiring a temp to fill the position, closing costs, severance packages, and investor payoffs. And, if you plan to continue operations, the monies can also be used to offset any loss of profits while your company is recovering.
Adam is not just a service provider; Adam is a partner, supports us every step of the way, and is always available for any question at any time! Super professional. No less than Excellent!