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19 Sep 2013, 12:21 pm by
You can catch me tonight on the Insight on Business - The News Hour with Michael Libbie this evening at 5 pm on AM 1350-KRNT. Michael and I will be talking franchise law and more. It's a great program you should check out. The show runs Monday-Friday each week at 5 PM. [read post]
12 Jun 2012, 3:00 am by Randy Fisher
Continuing in our series outlining the steps to crafting an effective business succession plan, today we will highlight the basics of mentoring your CEO-elect. So you’ve finally found the foot that fits the glass shoe. What now? For starters, you can’t just assume that, after scrubbing floors all her life, Cinderella already knows how to [...] [read post]
28 Jun 2012, 4:29 am by Dan Brecher
When negotiating a New York or New Jersey business contract, the parties are often hesitant to talk about what happens if the deal doesn’t work out as planned. However, every contract needs a clearly articulated exit strategy. By exit strategy, we mean what happens if one party wants to terminate the contract early or one [...] [read post]
31 May 2011, 2:02 pm
I recently had the pleasure of presenting at the Raising Capital Seminar sponsored by the Business Innovation Zone. I discussed business entity formation and certain start-up issues. The presentation touched on forming S corporations, LLCs, business valuation methods, intellectual property ownership and the use of non-disclosure agreements. You can see the video highlights here. (It's just over 30 minutes so grab some popcorn). You can view my slides here. [read post]
5 Jan 2009, 10:32 am by Thomas Kerner
Wilmington-based coffee-house chain Port City Java has filed suit against its founder and former COO Don Reynolds.  The suit, filed in New Hanover County Superior Court, alleges that Reynolds, his wife, and an LLC held by Reynolds, diverted funds from the company for personal use, including the purchase of real estate in Highland, NC.  According to the Star-News, the suit was filed on December 23, and in keeping with the Rules of Civil Procedure, does not specify the dollar amount sought, but… [read post]
20 Feb 2012, 11:43 am by kirksanderslaw
In North Carolina Corporations and LLC's (limited liability companies) have until APRIL 15th to file the annual report with the North Carolina Secretary of State. Annual report fee for corporation is $30. Annual report fee for LLC is $200. read more [read post]
3 Nov 2010, 11:30 am by Lynne Butler
This is a comprehensive and interesting article about business succession planning for events other than death, divorce and disability. It's good food for thought for business owners and I'm positive that it will make you consider possibilities you hadn't thought of. Click on the link to read the article. Succession Planning for the Things People Tend To Overlook [read post]
11 Jan 2013, 9:30 am by Randy Fisher
Determining whether your business should be an LLC (or a Sole Proprietorship) is daunting even with a grasp of the basic differences. Ultimately, it’s a question of diligence between you and the corporate veil. The corporate veil is a legal … Continue reading → [read post]
30 Nov 2012, 3:41 am by Bob Marsico
After several challenging years, it appears that there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel for New Jersey businesses. Business confidence has reached its highest level in the past five years, according to the New Jersey Business and Industry Association’s 2013 Business Outlook Survey. In other good news, many New Jersey businesses [...] [read post]
16 Jul 2010, 1:11 pm by Dana
You’ve started a new business. Don’t forget to apply for (and next year, renew) your business license! Most cities (in some instances, counties) require that businesses located within their borders obtain what are commonly called “business licenses”. In reality, these are applications to pay business taxes. Here are links to the applications for several of [...] [read post]
7 Mar 2012, 8:40 am by Raymond McKenzie
          Before transacting interstate or foreign business in Maryland, a foreign limited liability company (“LLC”) shall register to transact business with the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (“SDAT”) in accordance with Md. Corp. & Ass’ns. Code Ann. § 4A-1002: “(a) Requirement. — Before doing any interstate, intrastate, or foreign business in this State, a foreign limited liability company shall register with the Department.”            Under §… [read post]
11 Oct 2011, 7:28 am by kirksanderslaw
Recently I had the pleasure of watching "Restaurant Impossible" on the Food Network. Normally I don't like these reality shows. My wife can attest to that. read more [read post]
20 Feb 2012, 4:06 pm by Cari Rincker
I am especially excited for the Second Annual Meeting & Agri-Tour of New York Agri-Women around the corner.  Please check out itinerary for the Annual Meeting here and the agri-tour schedule in the Hudson Valley here.  You can register for both events by competing this form and sending it my way.  You can find directions to the Hyatt in Riverhead, New York here.  If you are interested in running for a leadership position, please complete this form by Friday. [read post]
31 Mar 2011, 5:30 am by admin
The Blake Law Firm is proud to present a lecture for the Struggling Entrepreneur Group on Thursday, April 7th in Austin, Texas.  “Bootstrapping vs Sabotaging a Small Business” will discuss the challenges, mistakes, and growing pains that startup companies and small business owners in Austin often encounter.  With a focus on contract law, business strategy, strategic partnerships, financing, contracts with employees, clients, and vendors, and the early-stage decisions that have a long-term… [read post]
27 Jul 2012, 11:25 am by admin
Companies employing skilled labor such as doctors, engineers, and architects frequently include arbitration clauses in their employment agreements. The benefit to the employer is that arbitration is typically less expensive and lengthy than the normal litigation process. It also allows the employer to have a say in who decides the outcome of the case. For [...] [read post]
5 Jun 2012, 3:00 am by Randy Fisher
At its heart, estate planning is aimed at resolving one basic yet critical question: Who will become responsible for your family and their financial security when you are no longer here to be responsible yourself? This is something of concern not only to the individual, though. A business, too, worries about its future. The owner [...] [read post]
10 May 2012, 7:13 am by structuredsettlements
"Is it necessary for one or the other business model to prevail or could each side benefit by recognizing the role of the other?" says Charlie Schell, a principal of Forge Consulting out of Hartwell,... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find yourself on FAEMM community, back out and type in www. [read post]
23 Dec 2007, 7:40 am by Daniel H. Erskine, Esq.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has resources devoted to small business. Check out the Commission's small business website for a host of resources concerning small business.Daniel H. Erskine, Esq., an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil litigation, appeals, and small business transactions. [read post]
11 Apr 2012, 6:27 am by Cari Rincker
Photo from iStockPhoto Many farms and agribusinesses operate as a DBA (“doing business as”) or an “assumed name.”  Many businesses in the state of New York, including those involved in the food and agriculture industry, are not properly registered. Pursuant to Section 130 of the NY General Business Law, no person or entity can “(i) carry on or conduct or transact business in this state under any name or designation other than his or its real name, or (ii) carry on or… [read post]
11 May 2012, 1:31 pm by admin
The majority of people who are forced to consider filing a lawsuit have been severely financially damaged by the possible defendant. In the time they need a lawyer the most, they have the least ability to pay. On an hourly basis, many North Carolina attorneys charge $250 or more. You may have another option. The [...] [read post]