NY's New Form of Business Practice: Is it the Future of Your Firm?
Effective January 1, 2012, New York is allowing up to 25% of the equity of a design professional corporation to be owned by those who are not New York licensed design professionals.
The Martial Artist's Potential Civil and Criminal Liability - Part II - Criminal Liability
Assault and battery, the main legal rubric which should concern the martial artist, is examined in depth as to potential criminal and civil liabilities which may arise.
The Martial Artist's Potential Civil and Criminal Liability - Part I - Civil Liability
This article examines the practical legal aspects of using martial arts techniques while training in the dojo or in defending oneself on the street. Assault
What to Ask For in a Commercial Lease
"You don’t ask, you don’t get”. Ignoring this familiar phrase can come with a hefty price tag for a tenant when negotiating a commercial lease.
Did You Intend to Let Others Complete Your Work Without You?
Under current copyright law a designer is the initial owner of their drawings' copyright. Concern arises when a contractual provision attempts to transfer ownership of that copyright to a client.
Staying Afloat in Uncertain Economic Times
The following guideposts should assist your firm's navigation through economic turmoil until construction financing starts to flow, enabling owners to once again grow and expand.
The Termination of the Attorney-Client Relationship in Legal Malpractice Cases
Difficult clients do not disappear if ignored. To the contrary, statistics demonstrate that 19% of all claims against attorneys are predicated upon a breakdown in client relations.