What Is the Difference Between a C Corp and an S Corp?

As an owner, choosing the right tax treatment for your business entity can be daunting. Among the many options available, S Corp and C Corp are two common tax treatments that can leave many scratching their heads. However, the truth is they are not as complicated as they may seem. In this article, we'll explore the differences between S Corp and C Corp and help you determine which option is best suited for your Read More

Not Sure Who to Propose as Your Client’s Court-appointed Receiver? Consider Business Lawyer Jane Muir

      Client dealing with business conflicts and resulting legal issues? Receiverships can be costly, or even devastating, to a business. You want to make sure your client’s business operations and assets are in good hands. But who should you propose as your client’s court-appointed receiver? If you want to ensure a smooth and successful process for your client’s issue, business lawyer Read More

HOA Horror Stories: The Shocking Truth Behind HOA Lawsuits

Homeowners associations can provide a great opportunity to collaborate with neighbors to ensure your neighborhood or building is well-maintained. However, if the wrong people are serving in leadership positions, an HOA can cause a living nightmare. Truth can be stranger than fiction when it comes to HOA lawsuits. From outrageous fines and fees to bizarre rules, it's almost too unbelievable to be true. Read on Read More

Court-Appointed Receiverships: What Happens When a Receiver is Appointed?

A receivership is the court-ordered management of business property, usually by someone outside the original management of that business or property. Receiverships are traditionally used to stabilize failing companies, help creditors recover money owed under a secured loan, or maintain a company during an ownership or leadership dispute. A receivership can take many forms. For instance, privately-appointed Read More

Court is Back in Session: Practical Experience from a Post-COVID Live Jury Trial

The Daily Business Review published an article by Jane Muir discussing her experience being one of the first to participate in a live civil jury trial post-COVID. As the world continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, attorneys participating in jury trials must adjust in many areas including timing, masks, void dire, as well as handling spectators and support. Click here to read the original Read More