Experienced
43+ years of combined in-house and law firm experience.
Diverse
Represent clients in more than 30 industries.
Focused
One team, one goal; your business's success.

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Why Us?

With over 43 years of combined in-house and law firm experience, the business attorneys at the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown provide dependable legal solutions to problems that businesses of all sizes often encounter. Our mix of in-house and law firm experience has provided us a unique ability to balance the [often-divergent] needs of a business with the law.

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Trademarks Managed

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State Bar Admissions

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Law Office of Elliott J. Brown | 33 N. Main Street | Marlboro | NJ 07746

Our Latest Blogs

Legal Compliance For Your Online Business

The proliferation of technology has seen many companies, both startups and developed, take their business online.  While it may be easy to set up an e-commerce platform/website, there are legal requirements that you should observe to remain compliant and in line with internet and data privacy laws.

 Here we highlight a few requirements you should have in mind while starting a website to be on the right side of the law.    

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Legal Requirements for Starting a Small Business

There are over 30.2 million small businesses running in the USA, and every year, a new set of ambitious, driven entrepreneurs set out to join them on their own promising ventures. 

But navigating the business of starting a business can be tricky, particularly from a legal perspective. So, if you haven’t done this before, or just want to brush up on the process, we’ve outlined a few things you need to know, as an aspiring small business owner.

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Protecting Your Business in the Tri-State Area

To the surprise of many entrepreneurs and small business owners, you can’t just go out and start doing business wherever you want. You have to register your business, follow labor laws, and obey local licensing requirements. If your business is expanding into other states, mazel tov, your company is growing! Now for the bad part, things just got a whole lot more complicated. Instead of trying to comply with one state’s laws, now you have to figure out the laws of other states as well. But what exactly does this mean for your business? Do you have to comply with the laws of every state you are in? In this blog, we’ll discuss how you protect your company if you do business in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut (the “Tri-state area”).

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