Construction contracts. This is a short, non-exhaustive list of what should be in most construction contracts. This article is for the aspiring or beginning construction contractor, and the smaller contractor looking to become a larger business and more professional. In future articles I’ll flesh out […]
At-Will and For Cause are two conflicting employment terms that should not appear in the same C-level or key employee contract.
Preserve your employer defenses to employment claims by documenting the reasons for the discharge and following procedures.
With the Covid now is a good time to review the volunteer immunity statutes that protect those who give service to charitable organizations.
Selling or buying a business: Start early so you can get the best price and plan for the tax consequences of the transaction.
Legal risks attack your business from every side: partners, investors, vendors, customers and employees. Listen how to identify and mitigate these risks.
In episode two I discuss how to work with partners and passive investors, what legal agreements your business should have in place. Have a listen
Corporation or LLC: it’s a question I get all the time. The answer is not so simple as going down a checklist though. You need to consider who will be making decisions, how profits will be split, what your personal tax situation is, and asset […]
Money! Okay got your attention. The topic is how do you get money – profits – out of your business. It’s not as simple as sticking your hand in the register, or writing yourself a check, especially when there are multiple owners involved. There’s a […]
Does your business have a plan to continue operating if a key owner unexpectedly leaves? Don’t leave succession to chance. It’s not just for majority owners, but minority owners are served by having a plan in place.