Use Corporate Resolutions In These Five Circumstances

This article discusses best practices for using corporate Resolutions (includes LLC and partnership) (see THIS ARTICLE on how to draft them).  For ordinary and routine business operations, corporate Resolutions are not needed.  However, under certain circumstances a Board of Directors, LLC Managers or Members, or partners […]

Vendor Contracts (Pt. 3)

Does my business need to hire a business lawyer for vendor contracts?  A question I get asked a lot, the answer is not always, but often times it helps to have the guidance and control that good legal advice and drafting can provide. Something as […]

Time To Call A Business Lawyer (pt.1)?

Do I need a business lawyer? Not every business transaction needs a business lawyer.  You know that.  When one business sells materials to another pursuant to a purchase order, that’s a legally binding transaction, but the parties can’t possibly need or want a lawyer every […]

Who Makes Corporate Decisions?

This week’s Insight discusses the control of a business – who makes the corporate decisions.  The answer is dependent on the business form (sole proprietorship, partnership, Corporation, LLC) and how it was set up in the first place.  The worst decision-making setup (and the best […]