We at Fox and Moghul often receive queries by individuals, companies (LLCs, LP, S/C Corps) either facing an imminent judgment, or having already been subjected to a civil judgment in a court of law. In such cases, it is important for the judgment-debtor to be aware of the following key issues. When an individual receives
BUSINESS ENTITIES – COMPARISON CHART Difference between S Corp and C Corp and LLC Copyright © Fox and Moghul 2020 Entity Limited Liability Company (LLC) S Corporation C Corporation Partnership Description An LLC can only be formed by making appropriate filing with the state (see below). Owners are called members and the LLC may be
By Faisal Moghul of Fox & Moghul posted in Business Formation And Planning on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. One of the primary areas of our practice deals with partnership disputes between and among business partners of across a variety of industries, including co-owners of real estate brokerages, title companies, restaurants, hair salons, technology startups, and retail companies. Here are some
We are often asked by business owners if their business partner can “lock them out” of the business, which usually means restricting their access to the businesses bank accounts. Under these circumstances, the injured owner who has been frozen out of the business has certain options that he can follow. First, take a careful look
Personal Liability and Contracts – What You Should Know Before Signing Any Contract
The COVID-19 virus has devastated small businesses, which are the engine of the U.S. economy. A recent survey by Goldman Sachs titled US Small Business Owners Face Great Uncertainty; Over Half Say They Cannot Operate Beyond Three Months revealed that 51% of small-business owners said they could not sustain more than three months of the current economic downturn.
Purchasing a business is a huge deal – a decision that should not be taken lightly. Although buying a business can be an exciting proposition, it should be handled carefully and thoroughly to avoid buyer’s remorse. Here are a few do’s and don’ts when it comes to purchasing a business: Do: Research the business thoroughly. Understand its appeal–what