Constance has experience working with businesses from formation and pre-formation issues to succession planning for family businesses, and has a special passion for assisting local entrepreneurs, who often have concerns that touch several areas of law. Perhaps this is because Constance has been an entrepreneur, beginning when she partially paid for her study abroad in college by catering, baking and party planning; later upgrading forming and participating in real estate joint ventures and in related industries. Constance serves as “of counsel” and advices businesses clients on concerns with formation; financing; contract drafting and negotiation in sales, employment, distribution agreements and other business concerns; international trade (import and export); copyright, trademark protection and defense; and business related real estate issues. Constance provides guidance on fiduciary concerns, obligations and liability as well. During law school, Constance worked in Germany for a global corporate immigration firm and has experience in executive and professional visas to and from Europe and Asia. A trained mediator, Constance mediates both formally, such as for wage disputes, but also informally when concerns arise, neutralizing conflicts.
Constance has over a decade of experience in the real estate sector, primarily with development enterprises, land use/zoning, and matters arising from financing.
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