At Hertz Schram PC, our corporate practice group represents businesses of all sizes, from sole proprietorships to large, multi-national corporations. For over 40 years, we have undertaken and completed transactions of every variety, domestically and internationally, drawing upon our considerable experience and expertise. We represent businesses in numerous industries, including securities, communications, banking, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, software, technology, media and entertainment. Our core services span the universe of business transactions.
Businesses, like people, experience life cycles, enjoying periods of success and fulfillment and enduring downturns and the vagaries of business that challenge even the most resilient. And, like their human counterparts, businesses require therapeutic guidance and direction, during times both good and bad, to maximize and sustain their prosperous cycles and minimize and abbreviate any cyclical downtowns. At Hertz Schram, we value our roles as “counselors” and not just technically-skilled practitioners. Drawing upon our considerable experience that enables both skill sets, we offer a customized value-added approach that distinguishes us from most other law firms.
To achieve the best results, we work collaboratively, borrowing from our treasure trove of experience and knowledge while continuing to welcome innovative and fresh ideas. We also pride ourselves on delivering a level of personal service that rises above the rest, a quality that further distances us from our competitors. Our “deskside” manner clients find both appealing and comforting, particularly when the stakes of the engagement are substantial, and the complexities of the transaction would befuddle the sharpest minds.
Our group of transactional attorneys includes CPAs, tax experts, industry-specific specialists, and former IRS agents who, collectively, share a wealth of knowledge acquired over 200 years of practical experience. We are living proof that Aristotle was right – “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”