Depending on the circumstances surrounding your termination, you might be giving up an awful lot by signing a Severance Agreement. Here are four things to look out for before signing.
There are many reasons why limited liability companies (“LLCs”) may be your preferred method to purchase real estate. The main overall benefit of purchasing real estate via an LLC is the ability to own real estate and minimize liability exposure without adding tax complexity. This combination of benefits creates a variety of strategic planning opportunities.
It is hard not to be aware of the recent #metoo movement. To say it took the world by storm is a massive understatement, and it has had enormous consequences for some very powerful individuals in various industries.
Historically, the three main types of business entities have been sole proprietor, partnership, and corporation. Today, another common form of business is the limited liability corporation (LLC).
On August 10, 2018, Massachusetts signed the Massachusetts Non-competition Agreement (the “Act”) into law. Non-compete agreements are still permitted, but the Act severely limits their use and employers will have to re-consider how and when to use them. Here are four key components of the Act.