With a more stable economy than we’ve seen in several years (despite day-to-day market swings, which are not always reflective of the overall economy), and with the recent business-friendly tax reforms, businesses are
For most us, summer means it’s time for FUN! It’s true that there are many fun activities to be had during the summer months including camps, vacations, pool parties and more. But before
When it comes to law firms, bigger is not always better. The definition of a “small” law firm can change depending on the location and type of practice, but according to the American
Starting a business is a complex process where business relationships, partnerships, legal and tax issues must be taken into account. When two or more people enter into a business relationship, they each bring
Many business owners sign contracts without thinking twice. They order supplies, contract. They hire a subcontractor, contract. They lease a vehicle, contract. They provide a service, contract. They rent office space, contract. Contracts
If you are Men’s Wearhouse, Inc, the answer is a big fat NO! Earlier this week, rival company Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. offered Men’s Wearhouse $2.3 billion to buy them out. Men’s
One of the most important considerations in a Buy-Sell Agreement is the valuation method to determine the price at which a business owner may, or is required, to purchase the departing owner’s interest.
Do you own a small business or plan to start a new business with a partner/co-owner? Have you considered what will happen in the event of your death or your business partner’s death?
[dropcap4 variation="red"]E[/dropcap4]ffective July 1, 2012, Virginia agency law was revised to require written brokerage agreements between licensees (Realtors®) and their clients (buyers or sellers) when a brokerage relationship is established. The major revision