Most students hated story problems in school. I loved them. That's why when businesses have problems, they turn to me.
Practice Areas: Business formation, employment matters, mergers/acquisitions, governance, succession planning, and entrepreneurial law; Collections & creditors' rights; Commercial real estate & development; Estate planning; Title insurance; Sanitary District law; and Complex business litigation
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April 7, 2011
Brian Johnson explains how his firm, Johnson, Bunce & Noble, P.C. ("JBN"), collects debts for business clients. Factors informing his firm's choice of methodologies include the number of debtor parties, the amounts owed, and the...
March 24, 2011
On the second page of this newsletter is an article written by Peoria attorney Brian Johnson. In this article, Mr. Johnson shows several aspects of a business's life where consulting with a lawyer can prevent problems for the business...
In this newsletter, Brian Johnson explores two important issues.
In the first, a business is split 50/50 between two shareholders. One shareholder dies unexpectedly, and due to the lack of an estate plan, the deceased's heir at...
March 23, 2011
Do you know where you want your business to be in 5 years? Do you know where you want your assets to go after death? Do you want to "avoid probate" but have no idea why?
We can help. Many of our succession planning and estate...
March 21, 2011
Looking to start a business, but have no business knowledge? Need extra knowledge but don't want to pay hourly? We can offer complete formation and business counseling for a flat rate. For example, a restaurant we recently formed...
Less than $950, which includes costs.
When starting a new business, an entrepreneur must decide the form their corporation will take. In Illinois, there are several possible forms, each with advantages and disadvantages. In this article, Peoria attorney Brian Johnson explains...
For many people, the biggest purchase (and sale) of their lives will be a home (or some other piece of real estate). However, many people do not have an attorney assist them at any point in this process. Brian Johnson thinks that is a...
In late 2009, the M&A market had slowed to a crawl for smaller businesses. These businesses were also faced with declining revenue streams on account of the bad economy. Brian Johnson, a Peoria, IL, attorney, recommends that owners of...
March 20, 2011
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