Part 2 of this series on non-profit/tax-exempt organizations discusses the various major categories of tax-exempt organizations under the Internal Revenue Code
This article is the first in a series discussing the creation of non-profit/tax-exempt organizations. In this first part, initial considerations such as entity selection and structuring are discussed.
Employers beware: What are you going to do this year to minimize the risk of a lawsuit or governmental audit at your workplace?
The operating agreement may just be the most important document your new small business has. Not only is an operating agreement required by New York law, it is crucial for defining the rules of management and the rights of the members.
With more internet domains to be introduced by ICANN, this article discusses the impact of the proliferation of internet domains on business owners with website presence, domestic and overseas.
Sponsored by Financial Poise and West LegalEDcenter, this webinar is tailored for business owners and C-level executives who wish to learn the tricks of trade regarding working with a web designer, the selection of domain names,...
My partner, Daniel, and I wrote a chapter on fashion manufacturing for the American Bar Association's Legal Guide to Fashion Design, which was released during Fashion Week.
Happy to say that I was selected by Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star" for 2013.
In early August, three Wisconsin legislators held a press conference to announce that they planned to introduce an equity crowdfunding bill in the next legislative session. Now that crowdfunding bill is here. This article discusses the...
California single member limited liability companies are popular business entities. In this article, we look at the question of whether a husband and wife are defined as one or two parties and the impact the answer has on the formation of a...