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  • LLC Bank Account: A Partner Committing Fraud

    If someone connected to a limited liability company is engaging in fraud or fraudulent activity, it is important to consider the possible actions available to ensure the partner not connected to the illegal actions is safe. When there is suspicion of a crime, it is crucial to gather as much evidence and details as possible for a potential arrest.

  • Stockholders’ Agreements: Plan Ahead for Owner Exits

    Owners of small and mid-sized businesses can spend nearly all of their time running their business, and many times, they do not make time to consider the life changing events that should be addressed in their stockholders’ agreement. Owners hope that the good relationships between owners today will naturally carry forward into the future.

  • Federal and State Agency Hearing Defense for San Diego Employers

    Employers in San Diego and across California face an ever-increasing landscape of employee based claims and litigation. Federal cases with the U.S. Department of Labor or U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission are often based upon violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act or FLSA or violations such as discrimination or wage discrimination in lower income jobs.

  • Why Is Texas an Attractive State to Set Up a Business?

    The attraction to Texas is often due to the size of the state, the variation of businesses and the possibility of numerous venues. There are tourists in Texas year round, groups that hold conventions and various other sizable meetings with thousands that spend millions each year, and this attracts the business owner to the state.

  • Uncertainties Associated with Series LLCs

    Some states permit businesses to have numerous company organizations built and managed under one entity called a series LLC. This limited liability company may alter how business interactions and transactions work, and it may permit a wider range of liability coverage for the owners without the need to create corporations or expand the LLC into something larger.

  • Importance of Signing Properly for Your LLC

    Signing documents properly is essential to ensure they are legal and valid. Without following through and checking this concern, the owner or partner of a limited liability company may find that his or her business is not a legitimate legal structure.

  • Do Family Businesses Need an Operating Agreement?

    The need for an operations agreement in business arrangements is crucial to ensure transactions are able to continue even when disagreements and conflict arise. A family business is run with loved ones, and this may cloud judgment, so an operations agreement should be included in the necessary documentation to avoid future problems.

  • What Do I Need to Know before Buying an Existing Business?

    Buying a company requires various processes before the documentation has been finalized and the ownership papers exchange hands. This means due diligence, going over provisions, understanding the financial data, asking and receiving answers to questions and knowing what is being purchased.

  • Discovery and Document Review in Business Litigation

    Businesses can find discover requests unsettling. A good business litigation attorney will be able to educate businesses on what information they may have to reveal. Read on to learn more.

  • The Requirements of an HSR Antitrust Filing for a Merger or Acquisition in the United States

    In the United States, mergers and acquisitions involving companies of a certain size must be reviewed by one of the competition authorities—the Federal Trade Commission or the Department of Justice.

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