Transactional Law for Your Business Needs

Foley & Foley PC is dedicated to creating and maintaining long-term relationships with our clients. As a complement to our thriving employment and labor practice, we offer clients our Transactional Law Practice. Transactional law refers to the legal transactions and communication that are inherent in conducting business.

Tim Kenneally leads this practice for our firm. Attorney Kenneally has two decades of experience handling commercial transactions. The following are the areas of transactional law that our firm handles:

Corporate Law

Attorney Kenneally assists clients with the formation and management of entities. There are many entity types. Whether you are forming a limited liability company, a s-corp, a partnership or a c-corp., Attorney Kenneally can create that entity, complete the registration of that entity and prepare the necessary and appropriate agreements to proceed forward with your business. We invite you to contact Attorney Kenneally if you are seeking advice and counsel regarding:

  • Entity Selection
  • Company Formation
  • Business Planning

Commercial Law

Commercial transactions include the sale or the purchase of a business. The sale or the purchase of property. Attorney Kenneally can assist you with the purchase and sale of businesses, goods, services, or other items of value. Attorney Kenneally can help you organize the financing that brings a transaction to fruition. He will negotiation and advise you throughout the process until completion of your transaction.

Real Estate Law

Attorney Kenneally handles all aspects of the sale, financing, and development of land. Attorney Kenneally has assisted our clients with transactions involving the sale, purchase and lease of real estate.


Every transaction needs to be properly documented. Attorney Kenneally has created business contracts for clients of our firm in an abundance of commercial transactions:

  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Leases
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Franchising and Franchise Agreements
  • Indemnity and Hold Harmless Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Non-Solicitation Agreements
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements

How to Get Started

Contact Timothy Kenneally, Foley & Foley, PC for all of your commercial transaction needs.