Is your business operated under a Pennsylvania entity that performs services in one or more other states? Depending on the nature and extent of the services performed in those states, you may be required by law to qualify your Pennsylvania … Read more
A purchaser of the assets of a business oftentimes does not understand that they (or the acquisition entity they form for the purpose of the transaction) may be liable for unpaid taxes and other payments owed to the Commonwealth of … Read more
As business owners are approached about selling their business, they must carefully consider the purchase offers that are presented to them to determine if the terms are advisable. For instance, a key issue is oftentimes the portion of the purchase … Read more
As employers plan for their hiring needs, they should also consider if new employees should be required to agree to be bound by any restrictive covenants as a condition of employment.
Restrictive covenants, such as non-competition, non-solicitation, non-raiding, non-disclosure, and/or … Read more
“I used RJG for every legal service from setting up my tax licensing to setting up my LLC and found them to be extremely knowledgeable, helpful and friendly especially Paul Rushton. They are a great firm.” – 5-star Client Review … Read more
Meet Attorney Paul T. Rushton!
Paul counsels business clients on corporate law, commercial transactions, business formation, employment agreements, governance agreements, shareholder disputes, and mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
His clients come from numerous industries including the medical field, architects, engineers, higher … Read more
An article co-written by Paul T. Rushton, the Chair of our Business & Finance Department, was recently published in the Summer/Fall 2022 Newsletter for the Business Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. The article, titled “One “Size” Does Not … Read more
Paul T. Rushton, the Chair of our Business & Finance Department, took part in the United Way of Wyoming Valley’s National Summer Learning Week Celebration! Last Thursday, he read at the Bloom Early Education Center in Swoyersville.
Paul is a … Read more
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