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Corporate E-Note - August 2016

In a “Table of Experts” series published on July 15, 2016 by the Birmingham Business Journal, Ed Christian provides his insight into a series of questions related to mergers and acquisitions. Please see full E-note below...more

Game Changer? Succession Planning Targeted by IRS

The Department of the Treasury wants to place limitations on valuation discounts that are currently commonly used to reduce asset values in family-owned and closely-held businesses, in an effort to increase tax revenue. The...more

Possible Changes Coming for Valuations of Family Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies

On Tuesday, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations which will make it more difficult to pass wealth to future generations while minimizing estate and gift taxes. For decades families...more

Successfully Selling Your Business: Top 6 Potential Pitfalls

Among the growing number of business owners looking to sell their business, JR and Sue Ellen Pawlenty are in the market to sell their darling Pawlenty Energy. This month, Tilting the Scales highlights a variety of issues is...more

The Case for a Comprehensive 360° IP Strategy: Step 1 - Assessment

This article is the first entry in a multi-part series on the critical need for businesses to extract total value from their IP assets by developing and applying a comprehensive, consistent and efficient IP strategy. An...more

U.S. Department of Labor's New Federal Overtime Regulations: How it May Affect You

As you may be aware, the Department of Labor recently issued new overtime regulations that will significantly affect salaried employees and their classification as exempt (i.e., not entitled to overtime pay) under the Fair...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 6.29.16

Big financial firm stress test results are out from the Fed later today, and though all banks proved up to the task of reserving enough capital (as reported last Friday), the economic downturn simulation that’s part of round...more

Best in Law: Know 'What-Ifs' of Every Transaction

A standard part of the pre-flight instructions on every airline is the directive to “look around and identify the nearest exit.” That is good advice, because it allows you to be prepared if things do not go according to plan....more

Mum’s the word on safety during takeovers

A takeover of one business by another can be a lot like a visit from your mother-in-law. On Mother’s Day, we enjoy a cup of tea or a glass of bubbles with our mums in recognition of all their hard work and sacrifice. We...more

Economic Incentive Applications and Florida’s Public Records and Sunshine Law

If you are considering locating—or relocating—your business to Florida, and are interested in applying for an economic incentive, you should be aware of Florida’s Public Records and Sunshine Law, which provides that certain...more

Key Economic Incentives for Businesses Considering a Florida Location

The State of Florida offers economic incentives to businesses that are thinking about locating—or relocating—in Florida. These incentives target corporate headquarters and certain high growth industries. In addition, many...more

FDIC Rescinds De Novo Period Extension and Releases Supplemental Guidance on Business Plan Content

On April 6, 2016, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) rescinded Financial Institution Letter (FIL) 50-2009, titled “Enhanced Supervisory Procedures for Newly Insured FDIC-Supervised Depository Institutions.” In...more

UK Financial Regulatory Developments - April 2016 #7

PRA seeks views on equity release mortgages - PRA has issued a discussion paper seeking views on equity release mortgage valuation, capital treatment, risk management and associated matters. It is to consolidate views...more

5 Reasons Why Incorporating Your Business is the Right Play

Agitated that the NBA is now prohibiting him from using Stickum during games (even though he’s been doing so for years), Dwight Howard wants to find a permissible product that he can use to grip the basketball.  Dwight thinks...more

Innovation to Funding: What Startups Need to Know

What factors should startups emphasize when touting their competitive advantage? Jeremy Halpern: Educating investors and customers on where your particular solution fits within the competitive landscape helps to shine a...more

So You Want To Sell Your Business… PART 2 of 4 – Preparing for the Sale

In our last installment we focused on the reasons why a business owner might wish to undertake a sale of a closely held business. Assuming that those reasons have been determined with ample time to prepare for a sale of the...more

The Importance of a Business Plan

A business plan is a very important component of a start-up business. It can and should be used as a tool for understanding how your business is put together. It can be used to monitor progress and hold yourself accountable....more

Pitch Perfect - Creating a Compelling Story for Investors

Pitch decks are fundamental to your fundraising effort. If an investor is willing to give you their valuable time and attention, you should take full advantage of this chance to tell your story quickly, concisely, and...more

MAS consults on 2016/17 business plan

MAS has issued a consultation on its draft business plan for 2016/17 and three-year corporate strategy. The aims are based on six core areas...more

Treasury Committee publishes FCA business plan response

The Treasury Committee has published the response FCA sent to the Committee’s comments on the 2014/15 Business Plan and, in particular, how FCA’s actions had created a misleading market in life assurance company shares....more

Wrongful Trading: Robin Hood’s not-so Merry Men

Brooks and another v Armstrong and another [2015] EWHC 2289 (Ch) 0 - In a rare judgment considering wrongful trading in detail, the memorably-named “Robin Hood” case considers at which point the directors ought to have...more

Does a Workplace Have To Be Perfect?

I recently blogged about the debate on CEO and employee pay ratios. I urged employers to seize the high ground and decide what their attitude is as to their “responsibility” is to their employees. I’m a pragmatist. I...more

Treat Your Immigration Goals Like You Treat Your Finances – Plan, Plan, Plan

Whether you are an employer or an individual – when it comes to your immigration goals it pays to look at all of your options. Everyone takes their financial picture seriously — from the simplest budgeting of having to live...more

The LLC Operating Agreement - Why Is It Important And What Should It Say?

An LLC is a fairly limitless business form. Generally, an LLC can be and act in any number of ways, tailored to how you want your company to operate. The Kentucky LLC statute provides several gap-filler provisions, but most...more

Flying through change – knowing and planning for contingencies

In our article about the 7 lessons for successful bargaining, we wrote that successful bargainers seek to control the bargaining agenda. They do so with a view to achieving their ultimate goals. But we also wrote that...more

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