About NY Business Lawyer Nina Kaufman

What Makes Nina Tick?

Nina Kaufman is a small business champion—not just your ordinary business attorney. Forbes Magazine calls her “One of the 25 Most Influential Women Tweeting about Entrepreneurship.”  The U.S. Small Business Administration named her their regional Women in Business Champion of the Year for her creative approaches to educating and advocating for small businesses.  In over 15 years in business, Kaufman has helped thousands of entrepreneurs in the generation of tens of millions of dollars by working diligently to help her clients save time, money and aggravation with business law issues. As a trusted thought leader, Kaufman reaches over 2 million readers each month on Entrepreneur.com.

Nina says:

I’m often asked, “Why did you become a lawyer?” And I’ll quip, “Because I saw “To Kill a Mockingbird” at an impressionable age.” There’s truth behind the (attempted) humor. I wanted to be Atticus Finch when I grew up. Still do. Someone wise, trusted, and decent who helped solve people’s legal problems with integrity.

Couple that with the fact that I’m a bookworm, a ham, and an avid writer—it’s no surprise my practice has evolved as it has. I’m an educator at heart, and my beat is small business law. My mission is to demystify legal mumbo-jumbo for entrepreneurs and business owners. I want you to have the legal bedrock you need to build a sustainable company that supports you, your family, and your community. That’s reflected in my multi-faceted approach to legal services, my writing, my professional speaking, and the resources I’ve created for entrepreneurs. I wear many hats, but then, so do my business clients.

When I was young and green and had just passed the bar exam, a mentor gave me a dog-eared, hand-written copy of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “Success.” He had been carrying it in his wallet for years, eager for the right opportunity to share it. It reminds me that success has many wonderful dimensions in addition to financial ones. Click to expand/collapse the poem

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Who We Want to Talk To

From the launch of our law firm in 1996, through its evolution to Ask The Business Lawyer, we actively sought to work with knowledge economy companies as our clients. Our New York-based law firm enjoys working with left-brain companies and other professional services companies such as those in:

  • Creative Communications
  • Consulting
  • Financial Planning
  • Professional Services
  • Web or Graphic Design
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Branding
  • Visual Identity Branding
  • Crisis Communications
  • Corporate Communications
  • Corporate Training
  • Professional Speaking
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Advertising

Why do we love working with these clients so much?

“Creative and professional services companies are optimistic, creative (no surprise), and team-oriented. They’re on a constant quest for improvement–whether it’s productivity, revenue, or self-growth as leaders. They understand what it means to roll up your sleeves and get in the muck. They love what they do and want to delegate what they don’t to a trusted team of advisors and staff. They enjoy a good laugh. They put in the long hours, months, and years to realize a vision and make a difference in the world. They’re my kind of people.”- Nina Kaufman

Issues Our Clients May Be Facing

 

Business Partnerships Forming a Company Business Transactions Vendor and Freelancer Relationships
Outsourced Workforce Strategic Alliances Intellectual Property Business Planning
Social Media Online Businesses How to Work With a Business Attorney Business Contracts
Collecting Receivables Business Hygiene Family & Friend Investors Office Leases

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