Inc a Business: Everything You Need to Know

Want to Inc. a business? This refers to incorporating or forming your business entity as a corporation.3 min read View this post on Instagram A post shared by Joshua A. Kushner, Esq. (@j_kushner_esq) Want to Inc. a business? This refers to incorporating or forming your business entity as a corporation. The decision comes with advantages […]

Four Key Considerations when forming your investment fund

Investment funds are a popular tool for managing and investing capital. They provide investors with access to a diversified portfolio of securities, which can help to mitigate risk and increase returns. However, setting up an investment fund can be a complex process with many legal considerations. Here are four things to consider when forming an […]

The Benefits of Convertible Notes in Business Law

Convertible notes are becoming a popular form of debt financing for many businesses. This typeof note is beneficial for both lenders and borrowers because it allows for greater flexibility withrepayment terms and the ability to convert the debt into equity. Let’s take a closer look at howconvertible notes work and why they have become so […]

How You Can Use the Qui Tam Provision to Fight Fraud

Do you suspect fraud committed against the government or a government program like Medicare? Are you looking for a way to take action or better, get compensated for your help? The False Claims Act, also known as the qui tam provision, provides a means of filing a lawsuit on behalf of the government and potentially […]

3 Legal Considerations When Terminating a Partnership

When terminating a partnership, it is essential to consider the legal implications that may arise. It is important to seek legal help in order to ensure that all legal requirements are met when you choose to terminate the partnership. This blog post will discuss seven of the most important legal considerations when terminating a partnership, […]

Will California Enforce Your Franchise Contract’s Non-Compete Provisions?

A Common Non-Compete Scenario – Let’s say Jim is a franchise owner of Goldy’s Gym, in Palmdale.  At some point during the term of the franchise agreement, Jim realizes he doesn’t want to pay the exorbitant franchise fees, as “Jim’s Gym” would be a much better brand for his business anyway.

A Lawyer’s Perspective: Trademark Basics

Trademarks 101

You, either as an individual or as a business, may trademark any available word, slogan, symbol, design, or combination of these elements, which identifies and distinguishes your goods or services from others.