Legal Articles, Business

Director and Officer Liability Requires Intentional or Knowing Violations

The Nevada Supreme Court has just made director and officer liability harder to reach.

Tendering Money When Futile

A tender must be immediately available money but does not have to be made if futile.

Trial Aikido and Bringing Balance to the Courtroom

Bringing Balance to the Courtroom

Basic SEC Rules for Startup Companies

Starting a Company? Don't solicit investments until you consult an attorney regarding the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and State Registration Rules regarding soliciting and receiving investments.

SHOULD GUN OWNERS BE FINGERPRINTED?

The head of the Illinois State Police is calling on legislators to take action requiring gun holders to provide a set of fingerprints upon renewal of their Firearms Owner Identity Cards.

Ways to make your business more profitable this tax season

Summary of some of services offered to save businesses on their tax bill and others.

When a Contract Isn't a Contract

For a contract to be enforceable, it generally needs to be clear and specific.

Avoiding a Messy Business Divorce

Careful planning can help you avoid a messy breakup with your business partners.

Could Your Business Be Headed Towards a Partnership Dispute?

Sometimes, disagreements between business partners escalate to disputes that necessitate legal action. It is possible to take steps to avoid this situation, starting with understanding what factors sometimes make it difficult for partners to work together for the duration.

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