Tag: Business

Boots to Business Reboot | Pro Bono Offer

Paul T. Rushton, the Chairman of our Firm’s Business and Finance Department, spoke at The Wilkes-Barre Connect Honor series first event of 2019, The Boots to Business Reboot, about the formation of veteran-owned or reservist-owned entities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Watch Paul discuss Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald’s commitment to assisting local veteran-owned or reservist-owned businesses with initial free consultations about the formation of Pennsylvania limited liability entities and more. The Honor program provides specific trainings and seminars for veterans in order to afford them the opportunity to access the resources they need to successfully grow a business. Honor is a Wilkes-Barre Connect program coordinated by the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.

To learn more about this offer or to obtain legal advice concerning another business or finance issue, please call Paul at 570-826-5623 or e-mail him at prushton@rjglaw.com.

Two partners re-appointed to the Council of Business Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Lee S. Piatt and Paul T. Rushton, partners in our Firm’s Business & Finance Department, were recently re-appointed as members of the Council of the Business Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

The province of the Business Law Section is the development and practical working of the law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and of the United States, relating to business and nonprofit corporations, partnerships and associations, to banks and banking, and to the law relating to mercantile and commercial transactions, including the fields of bankruptcy, insolvency and receiverships and of business regulation law.

The Council is the governing body of the Section. Lee and Paul have previously served as members of the Council and are active in the Section’s Closely-held Business Committee (chaired by Paul), as members of the Title 15 Committee, and as contributors to the Section’s newsletter.