Posts by russolawllc819
Boost Your Business: Top Reasons to Start an LLC in New York or New Jersey
When it comes to selecting the right legal structure for your business in New York or New Jersey, the expertise of a business lawyer is invaluable. One option that offers numerous advantages, as confirmed by business lawyers regularly dealing with corporate law issue, is the Limited Liability Company (LLC).
In this article Russo Law LLC founder and business lawyer Lou Russo will explore five compelling reasons why to consider using an LLC to operate your business in New York or New Jersey regardless of whether for a startup or a small business.Read More
Crucial Factors for Successfully Concluding a Business Sale in New Jersey: Maximize Your Profit Now
Are you considering buying a business in New Jersey or selling a business in New Jersey? If so, there are many factors to consider, and the process can be quite complex. In this blog post, business lawyer Russo Law LLC will walk you through what to expect after signing a purchase agreement but before closing on the sale of a business in New Jersey. From due diligence to lease assignments to obtaining franchisor approval, the blog covers everything you need to know to ensure a successful transaction.Read More
5 Must-Have Provisions for Shareholder Agreements in New York and New Jersey
As a business owner in New York or New Jersey, a shareholder agreement is a crucial legal document that can protect your business and ensure that the shareholders’ rights are clearly defined. A shareholder agreement outlines the rights and obligations of each stock owner and can help to prevent disputes and conflicts down the line. This blog post discusses 5 crucial provisions of a shareholder agreement for a New York or New Jersey corporation.Read More
Securing Your Business Secrets: 5 Steps to Take Before Signing an NDA
Before signing an NDA, you and your business lawyer should take these five steps to safeguard your interests while allowing you to maintain business operations and explore business opportunities.Read More
Purchasing a Business in New York or New Jersey: Tips for Conducting Effective Due Diligence
Are you considering purchasing a business in New York or New Jersey? To make a smart investment, it’s important to conduct due diligence. In this blog post, New York and New Jersey business lawyer Lou Russo provides 5 tips for evaluating financial records, operations, employees, the market, and legal documents when buying a small business in New York. By following these tips, you can effectively evaluate the business and set yourself up for long-term success.Read More
The AAA Revamps Its Arbitration and Mediation Rules
A brief business law blog post summarizing recent changes to the American Arbitration Association’s Commercial Rules and Mediation Procedures.
Authored by New York and New Jersey arbitration, mediation and business lawyer Lou Russo.Read More
Do I Need a DBA for My Business?
A brief business law blog post authored by New York and New Jersey business lawyer Russo Law LLC answering the frequently asked question “Do I Need a DBA for My Business?”Read More
5 Tips for Cutting Ties With a Business Partner
A brief business law blog post authored by New York and New Jersey business lawyer detailing 5 tips for any New York or New Jersey business owner asking themselves “How can I resolve my disputes with my business partner?”Read More
Corporate Shareholder Meetings In New York and New Jersey
A brief business law blog post authored by New York and New Jersey business lawyer detailing
some requirements for shareholder meetings for New York and New Jersey Corporations. This post is a good primer and frame of reference for all owners, shareholders and directors (boards of directors) of New York and New Jersey Corporations looking to ensure compliance with controlling corporate law in New York and New Jersey
SCOTUS: 1782(a) Discovery No Longer Available in International Arbitrations
On June 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court unanimously held that parties to private arbitrations cannot use US federal courts to gather evidence to be used in international arbitrations.Read More