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Tracy Cinocca at Tracy A. Cinocca, P.C., assists business clients in all aspects of business litigation, employee matters, personnel policies and procedures, transactions, business formations and dissolutions, contract formation and negotiation, and creditor issues. Ms. Cinocca listens to the client and tailors her representation and solutions to suit the client’s particular needs, objectives, budget and interests.

Ms. Cinocca generally is retained by Companies in litigation or serious contract negotiation. Though these services can range from simple issues that can be handled efficiently they also consist of Companies hiring Ms. Cinocca to handle complex or involved litigation over a 1-2 year time frame. Companies that have more in depth legal needs over a temporary or other short term basis who do not wish to employ in-house counsel or staff as employees oftentimes retain Ms. Cinocca on a contract basis. We welcome such opportunities to help your Company.

We offer many services for businesses. We have represented many businesses with legal issues and management questions. Some of the fields we have served include Service Industries, Materials, Consumer Goods, Retail, Industrial Goods, Technology, and Healthcare Fields including, but not limited to: 

-Independent Oil & Gas: Drilling, Exploration, & Services
-Advertising Agencies
-Apparel Stores
-Business Services

-Doctor’s, & other Medical Practitioner’s
-Training Services
-Day Care
-Environmental Protection

-Residential Construction
-Residential Homes
-Property Management
-Property Development
-Consumer Rights
-Fair Credit Reporting Act
-Fair Debt Collecting Practices


-Mini Storage
-Apartment Complexes
-General Contractors

We enjoy business consultation, management, negotiation, legal issues, strategizing, technology and marketing. Ms. Cinocca has an M.B.A. received prior to her law school degree and a fondness for business and corporate matters. She has a broad range of experience in every facet of business operations, accounting, management, human resources and legal compliance issues that acquiring pertinent knowledge is simple.   

Additionally, we have represented individuals and businesses against companies such as: General Motors, Allied Interstate, IBM or International Business Machines, Cingular Wireless, Southwestern Bell Wireless, Southwestern Bell Telephone, Sabre Group Inc., American Airlines, Bank One, and others small and large. 

Many entrepreneurs are interested in the subject of business law and how to start a business, so we have made an informational blog as a public service to help those just getting started. For companies operational and established, we assist with legal matters and the proper formulation of company policies and procedures. Some information is here. We represent serious business entrepreneurs and established businesses, as well as individuals.

Many of our business clients are in the process of splitting their business with a soon-to-be former partner or partners. If you are such a person or company, our informational video below with transcript on “Ending Your Business Partnership” will help you get started on the process and establish your expectations. Please review this and if you have such a matter, contact us on that with any others.

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT- Ending Your Business Partnership

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT- Ending Your Business Partnership

Breaking up is hard to do. Like marriages, business relationships sometimes break up. When ending a business relationship there are several questions you will need to answer:

1. What type of business is it? How is it formed with the Oklahoma Secretary of State? Or is it a a partnership? Limited or General?

ex: Limited Liability Company (LLC); C- Corporation; Sub Chapter- S Corporation; Partnership; Limited Partnership, Etc.

2. Do you have a written agreement or formation document?

-If YES: Review that agreement with an attorney and make a plan for how to proceed.

-If NO: There may be default statutes in place that effect your type of business organization on how to handle a break up.

3. Do all parties agree with the accounting, and is it up to date?

-If NO: A plan to do this is required.

4. Is your business breakup amicable?

-If YES: You and your partner could develop a separation agreement and work to divide up all assets and debts. An attorney should draft the paperwork.

-If NO: If the partners are arguing about wether or not the accounting is correct, an audit may be required. If there are issues with the division of assets and debts, an attorney should be hired to research your case and create a plan to dissolve your business.

Remember, breaking up is hard to do. Before starting a business with someone else, discuss with an attorney how you will want to wind up your business affairs if things do not workout.

Breaking up is hard to do because of emotional aspects involved. However, if you can separate your feelings and focus on a fair division of the debts and assets or purchase price, things may proceed better than the alternative. If your partner has been dishonest or fraudulent in his business with you, litigation may be required.

Not every business relationship ends though and many have futures worthy of protection through the proper retention of counsel to assist with the development of Company protocols and to educate managers and owners of their responsibilities. We enjoy helping businesses thrive and succeed.  We prefer business clients who strive to develop policies to protect themselves  and their Companies, as well as ensure fairness to employees, consumers and vendors.


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