Shareholder Agreements: Buy-Sell Provisions

Just as Operating Agreements govern the relationship among members of limited liability companies, Shareholder Agreements govern the relationship......

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The Benefits of Copyright Registration

As soon as someone writes a book or a piece of music he or she owns the copyright in that work. However that does not mean registering the copyright......

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Forming a New York Limited Liability Company

Forming a New York limited liability company is a simple process, and can be effected in minutes on-line using the New York Department of State’s......

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Why Form a Business Entity?

One of the basic questions I am asked is why, and when, a client should form a business entity to conduct his or her business. I am asked this......

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Do’s and Don’ts of Selling a Business: Compensating Brokers.

Companies seeking to sell their business sometimes retain third party brokers to identify potential buyers and, if the broker finds a buyer for the......

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Operating Agreements Provisions

All entities with one or more owners should have agreements between/among the owners which govern their relations with respect to the entity. For......

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Independent Contractors: Please Get It In Writing

If a company’s employee creates intellectual property in the course of performing his or her duties, such as creating a software program or......

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New York Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Deadline Is Fast Approaching

New York law now requires that all New York State employers must ensure that all their employees complete annual sexual harassment prevention......

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Series LLCs under the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act: An inexpensive means of effectively creating and operating multiple LLCs through one entity.

Our clients often operate their businesses through limited liability companies, and if the clients own multiple businesses they may create multiple......

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Raising Capital: Regulation D and the JOBS Act

Companies obtain needed capital either by borrowing funds from lenders or through the sale of securities, with such sales typically effected through......

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