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What’s Good for the Goose… Part 3b – Stock Purchase, the Buyer’s Perspective

In Part 3b of our series “The Components of a Business Purchase and Sale from the buyer’s and seller’s perspective” we will discuss both disadvantages and advantages of a stock sale from the buyer’s perspective.  As previously discussed, in a stock sale or a membership interest sale (in this article both called a “stock sale”), Read More

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Arbitration Provisions – Do I Want One?

This is a question posed to me quite frequently by clients.  Typically it starts with, “What does that provision really mean?” and is quickly followed by “Well, do I want that or not?”  Like so many questions in the legal profession, the answer is “It depends.” Arbitration is an out-of-court process for settling a dispute Read More

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Steps Landlords Should Take to Protect against a Tenant’s Mechanics Liens

  Most commercial landowners are aware that contractors, subcontractors and suppliers that provide work, tools or materials in connection with constructing an improvement have a right to place a lien on the property until they are paid.  This type of lien is often referred to as a Mechanic’s Lien and is authorized by statute[1] and Read More

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