By Julian Neiser on G+ Most of my practice involves representing small and medium-sized businesses — including startups in nearly every industry. On many occasions, new owners or managers have never worked with a business lawyer and only come to me after something has gone wrong (which, in many occasions, […]
Duquesne SBDC Forum Presentation
I’d like to thank the Small Business Development Center of Duquesne University for having me speak recently at the “Venture Into Entrepreneurship” program. The program helps new and aspiring business owners begin on the right foot, and the multi-day class covers everything from legal issues, incorporation, taxes and other topics […]
Pa. Mechanics’ Lien Law Update
I’m a member of council for the Allegheny County Bar Association Construction Law section, and we had an interesting discussion yesterday about a proposed bill to change portions of the Mechanics’ Lien law. Subcontractors must keep an eye on the law and understand how to comply, otherwise they could lose […]
You’ve Incorporated. Now What?
By Julian Neiser on G+ Incorporation alone isn’t enough to protect your assets or prevent personal liability. As with everything, there are rules and exceptions. It’s true that incorporation is mandatory for most businesses. In most circumstances, incorporation will create a complete barrier between your personal and business finances. Sometimes, […]