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13 Mar 2013, 1:50 pm by Randy Fisher
You don’t have to look hard to find the advantages internet retailers enjoy over their brick-and-mortar counterparts — and I’m not just talking about the lack of a enraged landlord banging down the door for this month’s rent (not to … Continue reading → [read post]
4 Sep 2012, 5:57 am by John Tarley
Originally posted 2012-02-14 09:00:12. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWe have written about the importance of operating agreements to help succession planning for your limited liability company (“LLC”). Operating agreements can help the company with procedures to remove a member, or with procedures to permit a member to leave the LLC on his own accord. This [...] [read post]
5 Jun 2012, 7:00 am by Idaho Estate Planning
A business is what you make of it, and that's not just a marketing tactic or a business school platitude. When it comes to structuring your business, your selection of "entity" is key. Do you own, stand to inherit, or are just plain curious about how to start a business (especially if you have been downsized in this economy)? If yes, then you should read a recent article in Forbes explaining the differences between a "C" and an "S" corporation. It is titled "C or S Corporation Choice is Critical for… [read post]
7 Nov 2011, 12:52 am by admin
Due diligence is often a misunderstood and loosely applied concept.  When buying a business in Texas, due diligence is a structured process that is critical to give a buyer confidence to purchase a company, and the ability to construct the terms to negotiate a business buyout.  Typically, the due diligence terms are negotiated in a Letter of Intent (LOI).  A CPA and a Texas business lawyer in Austin are useful resources to structure your letter of intent, due diligence process, and to analyze… [read post]
15 Jan 2010, 5:46 pm by Salcido
Utah Contract Attorney Business contracts can make or break a company. At SLF we draft effective agreements that accurately reflect your understandings. Whether you are contracting with vendors, employees, customer, dealers, contractors, or any other third parties, we can protect you through the process of reaching an agreement. We give solid legal advice on your agreements and advise clients about potential side effects of their transactions. It is important to get exactly what you expect out of an… [read post]
1 Aug 2012, 4:59 pm by Neal Robinson
Originally posted 2011-06-14 09:00:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Previously we blogged about a pending case before the Supreme Court that had the possibility to significantly increase the liability of persons for assisting in the preparation of a “prospectus.” As of June 13, 2011, the Supreme Court handed down an opinion in that case, styled [...] [read post]
21 Dec 2007, 9:13 pm by Coach T.C. Coleman
I recently read a blog post containing fabulous resources to help you stay connected during your holiday traveling. So let this Traveling Office Resources from the ABA Techshow make your time away from the office a little less stressful. However …. please find a little time to step away from work to enjoy family, friends or [...] [read post]
2 Jun 2010, 5:00 am
Brick Gentry, P.C. is excited to announce that intellectual property attorney, Brian Laurenzo, has joined the firm as a shareholder effective June 1, 2010. Brian was most recently the head of the intellectual property practice group for the Des Moines office of Dorsey & Whitney. Brian brings a tremendous amount of experience in patent, trademark and copyright law. He has a broad transactional and litigation practice. He is the former mayor of Johnston, Iowa and was the Business Record's… [read post]
12 Jul 2008, 3:02 pm by Thomas Kerner
In North Carolina, the ability to assign cases involving complex questions of business law can be designated to be heard by the Business Court, rather than the general courts.  The Business Court uses specialized judges, with extensive knowledge of business law, like the Uniform Commercial Code, the LLC Act, and the North Carolina Business Corporations Act. Over at the North Carolina Business Litigation Report, Mack Sperling points us to an article in Directorship Magazine's annual Guide to State… [read post]
17 Mar 2011, 7:50 am by Renee C. Quinn
On Friday March 11, 2011, I attended the Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium in honor of Women’s History Month at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The program was co-sponsored by the US Women’s Chamber of Commerce and focused on women entrepreneurs, the importance of intellectual property protection for their innovations, how to leverage economic opportunities for women-owned businesses and what resources are available exclusively for women-owned small businesses. The topics… [read post]
2 Sep 2013, 4:29 am by Gary S. Young
Food trucks, a/k/a mini-restaurants on wheels, have become popular business ventures for food service entrepreneurs. However, before venturing into this line of business, one would be well advised to first carefully consider the risks, legalities and expenses unique to the mobile food industry (in addition to the ones that typically challenge all restaurants). Food trucks […] [read post]
23 Jul 2012, 7:21 am by Scott Foster
Many times, parties enter into informal loan agreements on a simple oral promise to “pay it back.” Similarly, others will enter into oral agreements to perform residential construction projects, or other types of projects. When things do not go as expected and the promises are of a value worth litigating over (or one of the parties to the promise thinks they are) things can go swiftly downhill. [read post]
31 May 2012, 5:07 am by admin
For many litigants, obtaining a judgment in trial court proceedings is easier than the part that comes after – collecting. Forcing a judgment debtor to pay is no easy task, even when the sheriff is involved. First, you have to hope the judgment debtor has collectible assets. Second, you have to locate them. The Raleigh [...] [read post]
21 Nov 2007, 8:13 am
Want to know if your Connecticut small business needs a certain business license? Does the State of Connecticut require your small business employees to obtain a license for their particular trade or occupation? Take a look at The State of Connecticut operates this website, which provides a good deal of useful information about licensing requirements. Daniel H. Erskine, Esq., an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil… [read post]
1 Aug 2011, 12:05 pm by Web Reputation Builders
Protecting a business, property or personal wealth is an important consideration for many people. At Anker, Reed, Hymes, Schreiber and Cohen, A Law Corporation, we pride ourselves on being a different kind of law firm - one that measures success by its value to clients. Since 1974, our firm has provided business law, real estate, estate planning and litigation services to individuals, families and businesses throughout Southern California. [read post]
19 Jan 2013, 6:14 am by Randy Fisher
If business were a 1980s coming-of-age film, then the S Corporation would be the overlooked middle child at Corporate High School — in other words, the protagonist of the film. The older, more prestigious C Corporation is the star quarterback, … Continue reading → [read post]
12 Sep 2012, 6:19 am by Lynne Butler
I received the following brief but informative newsletter from my friends over at Western Business Brokers:  Vol 1. No. 24 Lynne, We are pleased to offer you our latest newsletter and hope you find the information useful.  If you know of someone who is starting to plan for the sale of a business, please pass on this email.  We are always glad to help. Thank [read post]
9 Mar 2010, 10:32 am by Dana
I recently had a Q-and-A dialogue on Avvo with an LLC member-manager who had a falling out with the other (50%) member and wanted to know whether he could form a separate business that would compete with the existing LLC. An edited version of our exchange appears below. Q. I have an LLC with a partner. [...] [read post]
2 Oct 2012, 2:56 pm by admin
North Carolina law provides a number of civil claims that entitle a plaintiff to sue a party that has acted wrongfully. Among the more common and understandable claims is conversion, which is essentially a civil claim for theft or stealing. The North Carolina Supreme Court in the recent case Variety Wholesalers, Inc. v. Salem Logistics [...] [read post]
16 Feb 2014, 5:08 am by Dan Harris
China veteran Andrew Hupert (of ChinaSolved) recently did a post listing his daily China reads for business. Andrew puts the following sites on his reader (I too use Feedly) and he says he spends 15-30 minutes a day skimming these sites for China business information. Though I have no beef with any of the sites on Andrew’s list, I think it is too long by about half. I would therefore suggest that if you are looking for a list of China business sources that you start with the below,… [read post]