Green & Sklarz LLC is Connecticut’s firm for business law. We provide clients with solutions to their complex business and financial matters. The firm’s attorneys have established a reputation for excellent and efficient representation of clients who have complex transactions, litigation, financial problems, and planning needs. Our key practice areas include:
- Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Workouts
- Civil & Criminal Taxpayer Representation
- Commercial Litigation
- Corporate & Business
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate
Our goal is to be the law firm you select for your most critical legal issues. Whether litigation, transactions, restructuring, or tax, we will provide you with the personal attention and cost effective solutions you deserve.
As planners we handle corporate transactions, significant land use issues, as well as sophisticated estate planning and succession planning for our individual and family clients.
As litigators and crisis managers, we provide efficient, cost effective, and client driven solutions to promote core goals, protect businesses and stake holders (such as creditors, employees, and families) while aggressively pursing client interests. We draw on a cross-disciplinary approach to ensure our client’s needs are addressed in order to reach the best possible solution to problems.
The firm maintains one of the largest and most respected tax controversy practices in the Northeast. We represent individuals and businesses in criminal tax investigations, administrative tax controversies and tax disputes before the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Justice Tax Division, and the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services.
Our firm’s lawyers are often called on to train other lawyers in their respective fields, are frequent lecturers with local and national organizations, including the American Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, CCH, the National Association of Tax Professionals, and others. Our lawyers have assisted with the drafting of court rules and legislation, including, most recently revisions to Connecticut’s limited liability company act.