Things Gone Awry for Restaurant Clients
Restaurants are some of the most complicated small businesses around. In fact, just today, while talking with another business advisor about a client in dire straits, she asked, “what industry?” I said “restaur…” and before
First, let’s clarify what we mean by “foreign” - it doesn’t involve a flight across the pond or digging out your passport. Your entity is considered a foreign entity by a state other than the one in which it’s incorporated.
Get paid to quit your job. Sounds crazy, right? Not to Amazon, which is giving some of its employees $10,000 to start their own package delivery businesses. Why?
Ten years ago, who would have thought we'd become so impatient to receive
No, we haven’t taken a hard left and turned this into a relationship blog. Well, at least not that kind of relationship.
I recently prepared an Operating Agreement for a company of four where two of the partners are highly accomplished
Leasing commercial space for your business can be pretty daunting. There are several things you, as a prospective tenant, should think about prior to going down the commercial leasing path. Here, we’ll briefly discuss a few of the more important
When you form an LLC in Nevada, you're asked whether the entity will be Member-Managed or Manager-Managed.
The owners of the LLC are called "members." As owners, members have broad discretion to run the company any way they see fit, restricted
Are you a small business owner entertaining the thought of entering into a commercial lease for your operation? If so, leases can be pretty intimidating (and dreadfully boring), and there are several common pitfalls you should be aware of. We’ll
Did you receive a letter from a lawyer, or, heaven forbid, Getty Images, stating that you used an image without permission? Does that letter also demand an alarming amount of money for this transgression? "But I didn't know it was