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- Buying and Selling Private, Closely Held Businesses
Buying or selling a business is a complex process. Legal, tax, accounting, valuation and psychology issues are all involved. This seminar and this outline only introduce certain basic matters to you.
- San Diego Business Law - Important Considerations in Selecting a Business Entity
Welcome back to our San Diego Business Law blog series! In this week’s blog we are going to address some things you should consider when selecting the appropriate form for your new San Diego business.
- Intent to Use Trademark Applications
One of the pieces of information you’ll need to disclose to the government during your trademark application process is whether or not you’re currently selling your products or services. The following article covers "intent to use" in more detail.
- The Basics of American Franchising
Perhaps you have seen an advertisement at a restaurant suggesting that you can open your own franchise and make a lot of money. Or, have you seen an advertisement on TV or the Internet talking about franchising opportunities? Or has someone approached you about buying into a multilevel marketing franchise? Whatever the situation, an understanding of what franchising is and its legal ramifications can be important for a successful business.
- The Types of Business Entities Available in California
Building a business is both an exciting and extremely stressful time and selecting the appropriate legal form for your business can be a difficult choice. In California you have five different types of business entities to choose from and forming the correct business entity at the beginning will save you both time and money.
- Buy-in and Buy-out of Accountants to an Accounting Group
Accountants come and go from larger accounting groups. When an accountant enters a practice as a shareholder or partner, the practice should prepare for the accountant's exit. The exit is inevitable. In this article, I give one simple rule for structuring the accountant’s buy-in to a practice and the later buy-out of the accountant's shares from the practice.
- Buy-in and Buy-out of Veterinarians to a Veterinary Group
Veterinarians come and go from larger veterinary groups. When a veterinarian enters a practice as a shareholder or partner, the practice should prepare for the veterinarian's exit. The exit is inevitable. In this article, I give one simple rule for structuring the veterinarian’s buy-in to a practice and the later buy-out of the veterinarian's shares from the practice.
- Understanding the Differences Between Corporations, LLC's, and Partnerships
Congratulations on your decision to start a new business. The question you may be asking, though, is what kind of business you should form? What is the difference between a corporation, an LLC, and a partnership? Why form one and not another?
- Special Purpose Entity
How can you protect your assets against creditors as a film maker?
- Even in an LLC or Corporation, You Are Personally Responsible for Your Business Debt
Starting a new company or planning on becoming a partner in a new company? Your personal assets are not as protect as you may think. Before starting that new company or joining a partnership, read on to learn how to protect yourself from personal asset exposure now and when you exit the company.