M&A - Four Advantages of Asset Purchase

We enjoy watching our clients grow and achieve their goals. Mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) are a part of the natural evolutionary cycle for many businesses. Our clients generally fall into one of the following three categories with ...

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Four ways to improve the value of your business

Many of our clients contact us because they are interested in selling their business. Here are four ways to improve the potential sales price. Recurring and diverse revenue stream. Astute potential buyers will review many factors when ...

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Employment Agreements – Four Considerations

When drafting employment agreements, most of our clients are focused mostly on compensation. However, the majority of legal issues arising from employment agreements tend to impact other aspects of the employment arrangement. Here are four ...

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CT LLCs – Four Things You Should Know

The New Connecticut Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “Act”) has now been in effect for two years. The Act applies to all limited liability companies in Connecticut. The Act generally respects the terms of existing Operating ...

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Four Reasons to Have an Operating Agreement for your LLC

An Operating Agreement is a contract drafted, and agreed to, by the members of an LLC that lays out the rules for how the business is going to operate. Operating Agreements are not required under state law, but are very helpful and we highly recommend ...

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Trademarks Part 2 - Federal Registration – Four Facts

As noted in our prior post, clients often ask us whether they should get a trademark for their business. The answer is usually “yes”, but the considerations – especially regarding whether to register the trademark with the United ...

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Trademarks Part 1 – Four Considerations

Clients often ask us: “should I get a trademark” for my business? The answer is usually “yes”, but the analysis is complicated, and it is important to discuss the underlying considerations with an experienced attorney. This is ...

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DOL new FLSA Rules – Four key points for Employers and Employees to know

Last month, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has finally announced its final rules to update the federal overtime regulations governing which employees are entitled to minimum wage and overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by ...

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New Sexual Harassment Law in CT

A new CT law that takes effect this week imposes significant additional obligations on employers. Key provisions of the law, including training and notice requirements, are briefly summarized below.   Training Previously, Connecticut ...

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Four Main Duties of an Executor

By Joe Fournier Once you have decided to address your estate planning needs, you may have to make some difficult decisions about who will be the executor (or executrix) of your estate, or the trustee of your trust, because this is the person you will ...

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