It is no secret that New York City is one of the best cities in the world for startups and existing businesses. The creativity and drive of residents is unparalleled in any other community. Born and raised in New York City, attorney Steven Simicich is himself a local business owner. His passion at Simicich Law is to fuel the entrepreneurial spirit of his fellow residents in the five boroughs. With a focus on positive urbanism and sustainability, Steven helps small business owners – especially those in the hospitality industry – develop a business plan and navigate through formation decisions, licensing concerns and compliance with municipal rules and regulations. He helps his clients with formulating operating agreements and investor agreements and provides general counsel along the way.
Yes, New York Needs Another Restaurant. Your Restaurant.
Bring on the new restaurants, creative cocktail bars and event spaces. Opening a new food venue or re-opening your restaurant in the city is an exciting prospect. But everyone knows how difficult it can be to comply with the city’s never-ending – and always changing – rules and regulations on your own. Are you setting up in a historic district? Will you be near the water? Will you sell cannabis consumables? Additional policies may apply, if so. But exceptions could also be a factor. Working with a knowledgeable business law attorney can make a world of difference in the time it takes to open your restaurant’s doors to the public.
Steven Simicich is a highly regarded authority on New York land use and zoning matters whom business owners and other New York City lawyers turn to when they need assistance. He has years of experience working with the city’s government agencies and boards.
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To speak with an attorney who dedicates his practice of law to excellence, sustainability and open spaces, call SL Law Group, PLLC. at 646-429-3466 or send an email through this secure website. Along with highly skilled legal advocacy, Steven offers his clients the personal attention not provided at a larger firm.