Cook County Personal Corporate Law Attorney| Chicago Business Law Attorney | Chicago Illinois
Arieh M. Flemenbaum is admitted to practice in Illinois and in Florida. Arieh focuses in the areas of business and corporate law, business transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, selling a business, business loans, etc.), commercial contracts, business succession (and exit planning), commercial real estate matters, estate planning, probate administration, and internet, e-commerce and technology licensing. Arieh is fluent in Spanish, proficient in French and Hebrew.
*Business & Corporate Law: Arieh counsels businesses concerning formation, organization, ownership and management structuring, buy-sell and other shareholder agreements, mergers, sales and acquisition transactions, dissolutions, turnarounds and business succession.
*Business Succession: Arieh also provides closely-held businesses, family businesses, and partnerships with asset protection planning; wealth management services, including ensuring collaboration and co-operation between your business and financial teams (i.e., your accountant, financial advisor and banker); and coordinating your individual estate plan with your business succession planning (and exit strategy).
Client and Industry Focus: Arieh represents business owners, entrepreneurs, start-ups, established businesses, closely-held businesses and their management in many industries, including manufacturing, transportation, logistics, packaging, printing, software developers and integrators, e-commerce specialists, media and advertising, entertainment and emerging technology companies
Chicago Bar Association, 1996 - Present
Illinois State Bar Association, 1996 - Present
Midwest Business Brokers & Intermediaries Assoc., 2007-2009
American Youth Soccer Organization - Certified Coach
The Process in Financing Loans: Commercial Real Estate Finance in Challenging Times
Lorman Education Services, September 17, 2008
How to Finance a Commercial Loan
Lorman Education Services, September 27, 2007
Why Do You Need an Estate Plan? Take Control of Your Finances
A series of seminars co-sponsored by Merrill Lynch, 2001-2002
Marciniec v. Reiger
|Honors & Awards:|
Founding Member, Tulane Honor Society, 1990 - 1992
And On Weekends By Appointment.
We offer a free initial consultation for business matters. Typically we do hourly fees, but we also have packages and flat-fee structures for certain matters.
|Language:||Spanish, Hebrew, French|
|Chicago Business Lawyer|
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