April 30, 2018

Three financial mistakes new small business owners make

One of the benefits of practicing business law for twenty years is that I can assist people based on experiences with prior clients.  That is to say, my experiences with previous clients can assist my current clients in their business ventures.  In my practice, I’ve represented countless clients who have […]
January 16, 2018

New year legal tune-up

If you own or run a small business, each new year is an exciting time. After reflecting on the past year’s successes and failures, it is a great time to set goals for the business going forward into the new year. The new year brings new possibilities for every businessperson. […]
March 4, 2017

“Non-binding” Letters of intent

One of the most frequently, and incorrectly, used items in business transactions is a letter of intent (the “LOI”).  It is meant to be a shorthand expression of the parties’ general agreement of principal terms, yet can become a binding quagmire to the unwary.  Improperly done, a “non-binding letter of […]
February 18, 2017

Buy-sell agreements for small businesses

If you own a business by yourself, certain things are straightforward.  Things—for better or worse—are done your way, or they are at least done the way you believe your clients or customers need/want them to be done.  But what about situations in which you, and one or two partners own […]