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Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Self-Dealing

A fiduciary duty is a legal obligation owed by corporate officers, directors, and partners to the company and its shareholders. Several fiduciary duties are imposed on these individuals — including the duties of loyalty, care, and good faith. While there are many ways...

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Legal Remedies for Partnership Disputes

Even when business partners have the best intentions, partnership disputes are not uncommon. Unfortunately, these conflicts can cause disruption to business operations and harm your bottom line. Whether a partner breached their fiduciary duty, misappropriated assets,...

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How Do I Go Public?

Going public is a major milestone for a company. Going public is not for everyone, and one size does not fit all. Should you decide to go public, doing so comes with numerous benefits. The biggest advantage is being able to use the equity of your company as a form of...

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Conflicts Of Interest: Self-Dealing

“Almost everyone in politics nowadays has at least one conflict of interest.” ― Kenneth Eade While I’m no fan of Tang the Conqueror1, he’s a constant source of inspiration for our blog posts, for topics ranging from taxes, trusts & estates to general business...

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M&A Conflicts: Ease The Pain or Walk Away?

“Conflict cannot survive without your participation.” - Wayne Dyer Our discussion on Tuesday explored conflicts that occur during negotiations and ways to manage them, namely “Compromise,” “Win-Win” and “Forcing.” There are more techniques your legal or business...

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Finding Your Center

“To open a shop is easy, to keep it open is an art.” -- Chinese Proverb On Tuesday we discussed the appropriate mindset for any owner -- to act as though you’re operating a start-up, regardless of the stage of your business. With much of the focus on outlasting the...

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