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Tough negotiations are a vital part of buying or selling a business. All involved parties will do whatever they can to protect their interests in the deal, and all parties are responsible for taking the necessary steps to protect themselves throughout the purchase and sale process. If you are entering negotiations to buy or sell […]
Does your business have a legal structure that will guide ownership through both success and hard times? Closely held businesses are a vital and volatile element of the business landscape. Some new small businesses fail in the first year and many more in the first five years. If you live in an urban area, you […]
Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “JOBS Act”), enacted April 5, 2012, established a regulatory structure for startups and small businesses to raise capital through securities offerings using the Internet through crowdfunding. The crowdfunding provisions of the JOBS Act were intended to help provide startups and small businesses with capital by […]
The Delaware statutory trust is a limited liability vehicle first authorized under Delaware law in 1988. Practitioners and investors may use this entity for tax deferral, asset protection and balance sheet advantages, in contexts such as real estate, securitization and mezzanine financing. Delaware statutory trusts combine the tenet of freedom of contract with the traditions […]
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