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
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
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
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
One of the main draws of creating a separate stand-alone entity (e.g., corporation, limited liability company) when starting a new business is to avoid being personally liable for the debts incurred in furtherance of the business. However, that protection could be lost if the business is not properly managed by owners, shareholders, officers, and/or directors of…Read More
While most people are focused on last minute gifts and preparing holiday meals, business owners are getting their corporate affairs in order before the clock strikes midnight and we ring in a New Year. Here are five questions small businesses and medium-sized businesses should be thinking about as we approach January 1. 1. Do I…Read More