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Sometimes an economic downturn can become an opportunity for savvy players to purchase a business for much less than it would typically go for. In the wake of Covid-19 there are, and will be many more small companies that will not have the cash or credit to survive....
Sometimes an economic downturn can become an opportunity for savvy players to purchase a business for much less than it would typically go for. Rescuing struggling companies In the wake of Covid-19 through a merger or acquisition can be the win-win that results in a strong enterprise capable of navigating through the storm.
Master service agreements and statements of work are standard operating procedure for many corporations and midsize business owners. These documents spell out either the overall or per-project business relationship between parties, so everybody is on the same page as initiatives move forward.
A shareholder agreement for corporations, like a partnership or operating agreement for LLCs, is a written agreement that lays out vital details about a business venture. When done right, these documents put all nuances on paper and can protect partners when disagreements between them arise.
Representations and warranties provide opportunities for either party to end the deal and walk away. and ensure that neither party takes on all of the risk of the purchase. They also motivate both parties to lay out the facts instead of glossing over them or misrepresenting their interests.
Working with an attorney schooled in employment and freelance contracts will give you the peace of mind that your business interests are covered every time you bring on new help—whether it’s a full-time employee or a freelancer.
If you want to protect your company from trademark infringement, it’s critical that you do the work to register your trademarks with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. If you do, you’ll have a better chance of proving trademark infringement and stop another company / competitor from stealing and copying your trademarks and infringing your trade dress.