4 Things for Online Retailers to Know about the Supreme Court Internet Tax Ruling

The days of “tax free” online shopping are officially coming to an end. The recent Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. has closed a loophole that was costing states $17.2 billion in lost sales taxes each year. While this is good news for brick-and-mortar retailers and state ... Read More >

Why a Small Business Lawyer is Essential to Business Owners

Starting and running a small business can be a complicated matter. Along with the day-to-day activities, the owner must also deal with the larger legal issues pertaining to their business. Oftentimes business owners lack the legal knowledge to handle these issues effectively, and end up hurting ... Read More >

Business Dissolutions in New York

A corporation or an LLC can at any time decide to undergo a business dissolution. Upon dissolution, the business will no longer exist. However, even after dissolution certain requirements exist. A business dissolution may be voluntary or by proclamation. Procedure for Voluntary Business ... Read More >

How to Start a Small Business in New York

While statistics vary, as many as 50 percent of new small businesses will not survive five years. This does not seem to deter many entrepreneurs; and to many starting a business is the ultimate American dream. Most potential entrepreneurs have an idea for a business but no clue what to do to make ... Read More >