In appreciation for Paul T. Rushton’s recent appearance on Stone House Retirement Income Planners’ Blue Collar Wealth podcast about the use of Family Limited Partnerships and Family Limited Liability Companies for oil and gas royalty owners, Stone House offered to … Read more
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Paul T. Rushton & Lee S. Piatt Re-Appointed as Members of the Council of the 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 … Read more
Paul T. Rushton to Speak at Two Upcoming Natural Gas Seminars
Attention natural gas lease holders: the Chair of our Business & Finance Department, Paul T. Rushton, will be speaking at Stone House Retirement Income Planners’ upcoming seminars! These free seminars will address a number of issues relating to managing natural … Read more
Paul T. Rushton Appears on an Episode of Blue Collar Wealth Presented by Stone House Retirement Income Planners
Last month, Paul Rushton, the Chair of our Business & Finance Department, was a guest on Stone House Retirement Income Planners’ Blue Collar Wealth podcast!
During the podcast, Paul was interviewed by host Bob Brown about a variety of issues … Read more
Breaking Up is Hard, So Handle the Withdrawal of an Owner of a Closely-Held Business with Care
The withdrawal of an owner of a closely-held business should be carefully addressed by the remaining owners of the business to ensure that all outstanding issues between the parties are resolved. In addition to properly structuring and effectuating the purchase … Read more
Selling Your Business? Engage Legal Counsel to Assist with Letters of Intent
A business owner that has been approached about selling his or her business is oftentimes asked to sign a Letter of Intent or another document evidencing the acquirer’s preliminary expression of interest in purchasing the business (an “Expression of Interest”). … Read more
When Purchasing a “Distressed” Business, use Caution to Limit or Avoid Exposure to Liabilities
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
Selling Your Business? Call Us.
The sale of one’s business is typically one of the most important and stressful events in a business owner’s life. To ensure that such transaction is handled effectively and that the appropriate protections are obtained, the selling party should engage … Read more
Selling Your Business? Carefully Negotiate All Employment or Consulting Agreements
When a business owner is approached about selling his or her business, the potential purchaser oftentimes presents a purchase offer that includes, in addition to the purchase price for the business, a generous salary or consulting fee that can be … Read more
Paul T. Rushton Read to Students at Dan Flood Elementary for Read Across American Day
Last Wednesday, Paul T. Rushton, the Chair of our Business and Finance Department, read to a classroom of students at Dan Flood Elementary in Wilkes-Barre for Read Across America Day. This annual celebration, held around Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March … Read more