Business Law in East Haven providing the quality legal services businesses need to survive and thrive in today’s challenging business environment.


With offices at 64 Thompson St., #B101, East Haven, CT 06513


A Full Service Business Law Firm

Do you want a business attorney who is truly in your corner? 

A business attorney who takes the time to get to know your business and your industry?


At Landback Law, I strive to be a true advocate for my clients – providing them with personalized quality legal counsel at a price that fits their budget. My clients benefit from my full range of legal services, from entity selection and formation, contract drafting and negotiation, mergers and acquisitions to business divorce and dissolution. Mindful of the need that businesses have to be able to contain costs and stay on budget, I offer set fees for my services whenever the project allows. When the project is more open ended, I provide realistic estimates and work closely with my clients to keep them informed as to the cost so there are no surprises.


Schedule your consultation with me now to find out how you can get the legal services your business needs at a price you can afford.


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