• A limited liability company (LLC) operating agreement is a contract that accomplishes two primary purposes: Defining the structure and operation

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  • When two or more people enter into a business partnership (typically done through an LLC or Corporation, but can be

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  • The question of whether someone you hire to work is your employee or independent contractor can be a potential minefield

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  • In its simplest form, a drag-along right is a provision that  entitles the majority shareholder to force the minority shareholder

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  • As the owner and potential seller of a business, it’s only natural that you may value the company at a

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  • So, you’ve officially decided that you want to buy a business. Now what? Purchasing an existing business can be a

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  • When you start a company or offer equity rights at any time, it is oftentimes a wise choice to including

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  • If you want to own and operate a business, it can be hugely beneficial to purchase an existing operation. Ideally,

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  • As an entrepreneur you’ve hopefully already thought a lot about protecting your company’s intellectual property. However, many business owners make

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  • We see it all the time. A business owner flip flops back and forth with regard to a proposed deal

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