On Demand Legal Services – Creating New Value-Focused Client Relationships.
Fractional Executives provide growing companies with access to experience professionals in the area of finance, information technology and legal services. Having an expert “on call” is a smart strategy for many growing businesses.
Matthew Van Ryn was a panelist at Syracuse University Law School’s Fifth Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Symposium on April 12, 2019.
I read a really interesting article in Forbes recently, which is linked below. We’ve all read the statistics about how small businesses account for the vast majority of job growth (and innovation) in this country. But when does a “start-up” turn into a “scale up” – that is, a business that is truly growing and […]
During the last couple months, I have had a surge of business purchases or sales. I thought this would be a good time to share some basic observations about the tax implications of buying or selling a business. The video below will provide you with some pluses and minuses, from a tax perspective, of buying […]
The New Year is a great time for new beginnings, like starting a new business!
Kevin O’Leary, one of the investor-stars of Shark Tank, gave an interview recently. He was asked what motivates entrepreneurs to do what they do. Many people may not realize, but all of the Sharks on the TV show are real investors who have built and sold businesses before, including O’Leary, who first started out in […]
Hi, folks. Many business publications have written articles in the last few years about how the Baby Boomer Generation is approaching retirement age. While many people may be sick of hearing about the Boomers, many of them are business owners who have to start thinking about an exit, and how to harvest what they have […]
I received a phone call from a lady today who thought she might have a claim against Nicki Minaj for the song “Barbie Dreams”, because she thought of the idea of a singer as a Barbie Doll before the song ever came out. So, does she have a case The short answer is “No”. First, […]
I recently finished up a trademark application for a client who manufactures security equipment in a foreign country. From the time of the original application, until it passed the 30 day “publication period” for anyone to come forward to oppose the registration of this trademark, took a total of 3 1/2 years. You read that […]