Business separations

Business separations – usually called a “dissolution” - can be very difficult for all of the involved parties. Similar to a divorce, emotions run high, and there is a lot at stake financially and logistically.   Here are four ...

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Four Reasons to Have an Operating Agreement for your LLC

An Operating Agreement is a contract agreed to among the members of an LLC that lays out the rules for how the business is going to operate, how membership interests may be transferred, and how members can protect themselves. Operating Agreements are ...

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Four Ways to Set the Right Price for your Business.

When considering whether to sell, share, or otherwise transfer all or a portion of your portion, it is essential to understand the right price. This is also called a “valuation”. A valuation that is too high may turn off potential buyers; ...

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Four Reasons to Implement “Less Paper” Business Policies

In an era when tablets, laptops and the cloud reign supreme, consolidating files and information digitally has never been easier. Implementing a “less paper” policy in the office helps to eliminate ...

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Four Precautions Employers Should Take to Prevent the Spreading of Sickness in the Workplace

Over the course of the winter months, sickness in the workplace can decrease productivity and put more stress on employers to account for employee absences and client cancelations. In order to avoid the inconveniences that sickness creates in the work ...

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Four Ways to Decrease Employment Litigation Risk by Being a Better Manager

Many of our clients complain about a lack of employee effort and accountability. They also worry about managing risk in the employee context. Based on our experience and client feedback, here are four things you can do now to decrease litigation risk ...

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Four Ways Employers Can Limit Workplace Stress, Improve Performance, and Decrease Litigation Risk

Employers are under more pressure than ever to get work done in less time and hire fewer workers to carry a heavier load to stay active in a competitive market. This creates stress in your environment, and possibly dissatisfied employees. It is ...

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Employee Terminations – Four Key Things to Remember

As many of our clients know and experience, terminations are a reality in today’s workplaces. Turnover is not always a bad thing – in fact, we often encourage “good turnover” of low-performing or toxic employees, but when ...

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New Year Resolutions – Four Goals for the New Year

The New Year is a great time to slow things down and set new personal and professional goals to improve productivity and focus, both personally and in the workplace. It is surprising how making small changes to your daily routine can pay dividends ...

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Shareholder Agreement – Four Important Considerations

We often advise our clients on the importance of having a solid shareholder agreement in place. Many times, this is one of the most heavily negotiated documents a company will encounter, and sometimes it involves the shareholders negotiating against ...

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