This year’s Times Leader Attorney Guide features an ad for our firm and an article prepared by Paul T. Rushton, the Chair of our Business & Finance Department. Paul’s article, “Title Isn’t Everything: Corporate and Tax Issues for Real Estate … Read more
At the outset of discussions about the potential purchase of a business, the purchaser will typically request that a business owner disclose certain information about the business for the purchaser’s consideration in deciding whether or not to make a purchase … Read more
Section 8834(a) of the Pennsylvania Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, which became effective in 2017, provides that a member of a limited liability company … Read more
By Paul T. Rushton, Esq.
The sale of a closely-held business is typically one of the most important and stressful events in a business owner’s life. The dual challenge of addressing the requirements of selling a business while continuing to … Read more
The owner of a vehicle should have a tune-up performed on his or her vehicle on an annual basis to ensure that it continues to perform well. Similarly, the owner of a Pennsylvania corporation must attend to the corporate records … Read more
The purchase of a “distressed” business must be undertaken with a great deal of diligence and caution so as to avoid (or at least limit) the purchaser’s exposure to the liabilities of the distressed business. The attorneys in our Firm’s … Read more
It is anticipated that the use of internal corporate investigations will increase in frequency in the coming years for a variety of reasons, such as increased governmental regulation of certain industries and social changes, such as the “Me Too” movement. … Read more
The owners of a business often assume that their business will automatically own all works created by their employees and contractors. However, if a business fails to carefully address these issues, that may not be the case.
To properly safeguard … Read more