Last week, Brian Gottesman noted that Avvo.com has series of free webinars that can be viewed online, including “Someone Online Hates You,” which focuses on lawyers and their compliance with ethi
Avvo.com has a series of free webinars that can be viewed online.
Berger Harris partner Lisa Stark authored an article in Business Law Today, a publication of the American Bar Association. The piece, "Side-Stepping Fiduciary Issues in Negotiating Exit Strategies for Preferred Stock Investments after Trados," appeared in the September 2013 issue. Stark's article analyzes the Delaware Court of Chancery's recent decision in In re Trados Inc. Shareholders Litig., C.A. No. 1512-VCL (Del. Ch. Aug. 16, 2013).
Delaware holding companies are a byproduct of Delaware state income tax law that allows out-of-state companies to exempt some of their income from taxation. Specifically, the Delaware Code provides that:
Bruce Belenky, a Texas attorney, has strong criticisms regarding online legal document services.
Law and the Multiverse, a blog dedicated to the legal analysis of comic books and other related media, has a very fun but informa
At glbperspective.com, a piece on the use of Delaware as domicile of choice (and the C-corporation as the primary entity of choic
At MichiganITLaw.com, a post about the ownership of digital records on social media and other online networks after a person dies, and steps one can take to plan for the "digital afterlife."
At the China Law Blog, Dan Harris has an interesting piece on the use of memoranda of understanding (MOU) in commercial transactions between companies in the U.S. and China.
At the Blog for Business Law, a post on unique issues related to selling a business operated as a sole proprietorship.