New York Attorney
Helping European Companies Expand in the U.S.
Krymkier Law is a French American boutique business law firm based in New York City with years of experience assisting European companies scale their business in the United States.
Founded in 2013, Krymkier Law is a French bi-lingual American boutique law firm located in New York City, in midtown Manhattan. The firm brings varied backgrounds and experiences from France and the United States and provides companies with a full range of legal services for their establishment and growth in the United States.
With a clear understanding of our clients’ business, their specific goals, and the economic environment, the firm offers practical, cost-efficient and dedicated counsel to everyday business legal issues to help achieve our clients' projects.
Help you identify
key legal aspects of your
incorporation process to
prepare for future growth
contracts for secure,
Assisting with the modification, acquisition and sale of enterprises
COMING TO THE U.S.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Assisting clients with Business organization and corporate structuring, shareholders agreement, securities and corporate governance issues. Counseling officers and directors on fiduciary duties and strategic considerations
Assistance with drafting and negotiating executive compensation, employment contracts, and non-compete agreements. Employee termination advice and support.
Drafting, reviewing and negotiating of numerous commercial contracts and instruments, Software as a Service SaaS Agreement, license agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements, etc.
Assistance with International business planning and transactions, international business and trade questions, review and analysis of international business projects in the United States.
Assistance with corporate development, joint ventures, restructuring, merger, external growth; Assistance with acquisition and disposal of structures (goodwill, customers, companies).
Entity Administration - U.S. Compliance
Assistance with Annual Reports; Annual Meeting Resolutions / Written Consent; ownership records and capitalization tables. Maintaing the Minute Book, including compliance, governance, ownership and capitalization records