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How a Business Formation Attorney Can Benefit Your New Business

By David Toback |

Starting a new business venture can be intimidating and scary. There are a variety of things to consider including the name of your business, what type of business you need to start, marketing, staffing, and so much more. While hiring an attorney may not be the first thing on your mind, you might want… Read More »

Avoiding Personal Liability for Corporate Wrongs

By David Toback |

Many hear that one of the biggest benefits to forming a company is the avoidance of personal liability. The company is its own legal entity, able to sue and be sued, and when the company makes a legal error and owes money to another, it’s the company that’s liable, and not the owners or… Read More »

Don’t Become an Alter Ego to Your Business

By David Toback |

Many individuals know that corporations, limited liability companies, and other business entities are separate legal entities from people—specifically, their owners, directors, or managers. That’s one of the benefits of opening a corporation, limited liability company, or other business entity. Generally, the company’s assets are not yours, and your assets are not the company’s. There… Read More »

When Can the Corporate Veil Be Pierced?

By David Toback |

One of the many advantages of starting a corporation is the protection that owners get from personal liability. There are differences between the extent and nature of the protections depending on the type of organization you choose (C-corp, LLC, LLLP, etc.), but generally, forming companies is thought of as a smart move from an… Read More »

Old Ways of Running LLCs Have Changed With New Laws

By David Toback |

There is an old car commercial for Oldsmobile, where, in order to tout changes in the vehicle, the saying went “This is Not Your Father’s Oldsmobile.” Well, just like the car, if you plan on forming your own business entities and companies—particularly LLCs—doing it the old way may get you into some trouble, as… Read More »

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