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Securities and Exchange Commission adopts final rules on disqualification of “bad actors” from reliance on Rule 506

Jan 14, 2014 By: Alan Gutterman

Rule 506 (17 C.F.R. § 230.506), which is part of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation D, provides issuers with the opportunity

Community Service: Two Surprising Ways It’s Good for the Soul, and for Business

Jan 9, 2014 By: Ryan A. Kaye

Community service has always been an important part of the firm’s identity, and has provided a rewarding outlet for its attorneys who

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: A parent’s commission of a crime

Dec 24, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: Marriages and remarriages

Dec 18, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 2: Job and income changes

Dec 10, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 1: Living situation changes

Dec 6, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

Governance counseling is also important for family-owned businesses

Nov 19, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

How family-owned businesses can follow Sarbanes-Oxley recommendations as a way to establish an environment of fairness and transparency within the company.

Competing against self-help websites: When and why an attorney is better

Nov 13, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Newer technologies have made attorneys’ jobs easier in many ways: less paperwork, more mobility, simpler accounting, to name a few. But advances

Technology Choices Close Small Law Firm Profitability Gaps Now, Offer Stability Later

Oct 7, 2013 By: Michelle Wildenauer

How Technology Drives Short and Long Term Profitability, Karl Florida concludes technology choices can drive small law firm profitability and growth.

Governance counseling for closely-held businesses and private companies with multiple stakeholders

Aug 27, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

The benefits of improving corporate governance can apply to private companies of all sizes and formats, including pre-IPO/pre-acquisition companies.

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