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…

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Traditional financing is not always available to many small business owners. Many turn to merchant cash advance funders to satisfy short term capital needs. Business owners have a business lawyer review the terms of these complex agreements because the consequences of breaching them can be very severe. This New York and New Jersey business lawyer…

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Dear clients, colleagues, and friends, I would like to thank you for your continued loyalty and support as Russo Law LLC celebrates its first year in business.  I founded Russo Law LLC to provide superior legal representation to owners, officers, executives, investors, and shareholders of business ventures and arrangements of all shapes and sizes.  Leveraging…

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We are pleased to announce that CourtBuddy recently published several Russo Law blog posts for the benefit of its users. CourtBuddy published blog posts discussing contractual impossibility, commercial rent obligations in a pandemic and available COVID19 financial assistance. * * * Russo Law LLC deploys unparalleled training and modern technology to guide investors, businesses, and…

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Click here for document detailing “COVID-19 Financial Relief Programs” chart. * * * Russo Law LLC deploys unparalleled training and modern technology to guide investors, businesses, and executives efficiently through corporate, contractual, commercial real estate, and litigation issues. Call (+1-929-262-1101) or email today to learn more. *This blog post is for informational purposes only. It…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has many business owners scrambling to understand how their contractual obligations may be impacted. Many are scouring their contracts and leases for a force majeure clause but are coming up empty handed. If you find yourself in that position, don’t fret. In contract law, the doctrine of “impossibility” may excuse a party’s…

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