Putting the Law to Work for You
For Businesses – Business Organizations and Transactions
Establishing procedures for, and overseeing and documenting, the mandatory regular meetings of owners and design appropriate management structures
Properly documenting business decisions in accordance with the requirements set forth at law and by the business
These simple, but important, functions protect business owners, not only by preserving the “corporate shield” and other benefits granted by statute, but also by ensuring that the decision makers do not become liable to their co-owners for acting on behalf of the business outside the scope of their authority.