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Considering a sale? take early steps to protect your talent

Are you a business owner who is thinking about selling your businesses? It’s never too early to plan ahead to protect the future success of the business.

Conflict issues in the sale of closely held businesses; tensions among family members

The sale of a family business or any business with multiple owners creates potential conflicts among the owners as well as potential issues for the attorney representing the sellers. Among these issues are those related to employment/consulting agreements, noncompete agreements, indemnification clauses, and dispute resolution as part of the sale.

Forming a business: critical questions for the entrepreneur before forming a partnership or engaging an attorney

Before starting your venture, take some time with your partner or partners to answer some basic questions regarding structure, decision-making and dispute resolution.

Clawbacks: creating a fair post-sale deal for former owners

Clawbacks are provisions that assure a former equity owner receives fair, full consideration when it sells its equity. Such provisions enable the former owner to participate in the consideration received in a subsequent sale of the business by the remaining owner or owners.

No fault insurance in new york state

No-Fault benefits are mandatory for all N.Y.State motor vehicle insurance policies as part of NYS minimal insurance requirements, provided by all insurers and self-insurers of motor vehicles.

3 considerations before reopening your business during the covid-19 pandemic

The article explores 3 considerations to make before reopening your business during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thinking about incorporating? consider the following

An introduction to the different types legal entities in the State of Florida and the pros and cons of incorporating your business.

5 key steps to take when starting a business

Steps to take when starting a new business.

Thinking about leasing commercial space? determine when rent begins

Determine when rent payments begin for a commercial rental.