From Business Formation to Contract Drafting & Negotiation, we provide clear legal advice to grow your health technology company or other health and wellness business, whether physical, virtual, wearable, or implantable. We also help protect your intellectual property by advising on IP issues and drafting licensing and other appropriate agreements. We provide sophisticated general business law advice and act as general counsel to start-ups as well as established companies.
The Michael H Cohen Law Group was founded in 1999 to represent health and wellness products and technologies, practices, and ventures, that fuel the ability of healthcare technology to accelerating health and healing.
We help our clients through: Arbitration Mediation Litigation (selectively) However, our goal is to mediate, negotiate and help resolve disputes before they mature into nasty lawsuits.
Choice of Entity: Corporation vs. Partnership vs. LLC We advise entrepreneurs and start-up businesses on the best legal structure to form their enterprise.
Our lawyers have significant experience drafting and interpreting contracts between various business entities and individuals.
Our attorneys have represented a variety of businesses doing e-commerce on a national level, from telemedicine, to manufacturers and distributors of dietary supplements and herbal medicines.
Our clients seek advice on employment issues when initially structuring their business, and during the life cycle of the business.
Real estate laws cover the rights to own, lease, use, and enjoy land and the permanent manmade additions attached to it.
We will assess and help you manage potential liability risk when conducting your business.
We advise our clients to have a thorough legal review of all marketing materials, including: Online Brochures, Marketing Literature, and Website
Confidentiality and non-disclosure provisions can appear in many guises.
We advise clients about protecting their intellectual property through: Copyright, Trademark, and Trade Secret Law.
When we represent a start-up or inventor (for example, of a medical device), our client may wish to assign or license the technology to a third-party.
Non-competition and non-solicitation clauses are frequently tucked away inside employment agreements.