Monthly Archives: September 2022
Can The Government Take Your Property And Not Pay You For It?
After COVID-19 first came to the scene the government engaged in activities and actions that were unprecedented for what they claimed were necessary public health measures. From business and school closures to keeping people inside of their homes and away from others, ultimately the long-term implications of such steps resulted in economic harm for… Read More »
Who Gets Paid First During Liquidation Proceedings?
When a company has too much debt with no ability to pay its creditors, and it is determined that an end to the business is necessary, it will be considered insolvent. As a result, the company may liquidate all of its assets and use the proceeds of those funds to pay different creditors and… Read More »
Should Your Organization Adjust Its By-Laws?
At a company’s inception, the bylaws that were put into place may have made sense. But over time, there could be changes in different approaches or rules that work much better than what was originally stated in the language. It is prudent for companies and associations to review their bylaws regularly to keep up… Read More »
Do You Need An Attorney To File For Business Bankruptcy?
When your business has accrued much more debt than you can pay down, bankruptcy may be on your mind as a way to remedy your situation. But, filing for business bankruptcy does not always mean that your business is ending and you have to close your doors. In some cases, continuing operations makes sense… Read More »