I work regularly with companies from other countries that are entering or doing... more
I work regularly with companies from other countries that are entering or doing business in the U.S. market, helping them establish operations, buy and sell businesses, and enter into agreements to sell or license their products. Among other areas, I have extensive experience working with companies from Finland and the Nordic region generally.
I assist startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs with their legal,... more
I assist startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs with their legal, organizational and business development needs. I provide my clients guidance and effective solutions in creating business strategies, building effective organizations, improving operations, and negotiating and delivering marketing and sales results for their businesses and initiatives. My sole mission is to empower my clie... view profile
Professional Credentials Mr. Bressler is admitted to the New York State bar. He is... more
Professional Credentials Mr. Bressler is admitted to the New York State bar. He is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York. Mr. Bressler holds a juris doctorate (J.D.), cum laude, from New York University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree (B.S.E.), cum laude, in electrical engineering and biomedical engineeri... view profile
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