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- Letter of Intent to Purchase a Business
So, what are the benefits of using a letter of intent when purchasing a business? This article explores that question and provides practical tips for both buyers and sellers in the context of a private sale.
- Bulk Sales Law for California Asset Sales
While many states have repealed their bulk sales laws, California’s Bulk Sales Law remains in full force and effect. The primary stated purpose of this law is to protect buyers and creditors following the purchase of more than half of a business’s assets. If a buyer makes a bulk sale purchase but does not adhere to the requirements set out in the bulk sales law, the buyer will typically remain liable to the seller’s creditors.
- Transferring Business Ownership
What is a Transfer of Ownership? As they say, all good things must come to an end. Maybe you’d like to retire, or maybe it’s time to pass the family business to the next generation. For one reason or another, many business owners will face a time when they need to transfer their ownership rights to another person or entity.
- What Is a Buy-Sell Agreement?
A buy-sell agreement is a special agreement that protects a business from the actions of its owners. This can protect business from malevolent acts of owners and innocuous threats alike. A buy-sell agreement can offer protection to businesses in the following situations and in the following manners:
- Infamous Antitrust Cases
Capitalist nations such as the United States recognize the advantages of free competition. Some landmark cases had direct consequences on antitrust regulation. Some of the most infamous antitrust cases are discussed below.
- Merging Dental Practices
In this article I discuss the merger of dental practices, from a legal perspective. Without further adieu:
- Broker-Dealer Registration 101
Broker-dealers are subject to regulation by the SEC, FINRA, Self Regulatory Organizations (“SROs”) such as stock exchanges, and the states in which they do business.
- SEC Charges Securities Lawyer with Churning Bogus Legal Opinions
On March 8, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) charged Brian Reiss, a California securities lawyer, with churning out baseless legal opinions for penny stocks traded on the OTC Markets platform.
- How FINRA Rule 6490 lmpacts Reverse Mergers
How FINRA Rule 6490 lmpacts Reverse Mergers
- Business Mergers
In this article I discuss business mergers, from a legal perspective. Without further adieu: