Our Clients Write…

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

“We have found David to be a thoughtful and creative advocate with the ability to analyze complex problems thoroughly and then recommend and implement cost-effective solutions.” ~ Michael Meadvin Esq.

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Still More Top Tips for Business – Part Three

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

In the previous installment of this popular series, which shares simple legal advice from my own experience, I touched on two issues that have to do with staff and payroll – including staying straight with the IRS. I want to share one more tip for dealing with personnel in this issue, and then more on..

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Falling Down—To Move Forward

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

I want to share something personal with you: my son, Yehuda Leib, took his first step recently. Needless to say, we were all unbelievably excited. But that moment started me thinking about what lessons I could take away, as a business owner, from this huge milestone. Naturally, it was a great moment for our whole..

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Our Clients Write…

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

“I always enjoy your emails, they are always thoughtful and always seem to have something I can take away and learn from” ~ Paul J. Smith, AIF Senior Vice President – Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Corp of MA

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Legal Fixes For Your Business That Will Save Problems Later – Part Two

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

We’ve gotten such a great response to our series showcasing the Top 10 Legal Tips for Businesses that I’m thrilled to share the next in the series. I believe readers are responding because these tips apply no matter how big or small your business, and even whether it’s a brand-new startup or whether you’ve been..

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How is weeding the lawn like running a business – Lessons in backyard philosophy.

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Legal and Business Articles & Blog, Lighter Side | by

What do weeding the lawn and running a business have in common? Sometimes, on the weekend, I like to weed the lawn with my kids. Not only does it help me relax, but it gives me a chance to teach my kids – and myself – valuable lessons in running a business. Like what? Well,..

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How to Avoid Bank Hassles as an LLC or Corporation

I’ll be brief.  I just want to quickly share a story that happened to a client of mine last week that could help you avoid lots of unnecessary hassles. A corporate client called last week to report that he had had an unpleasant encounter at a bank with one of those rude bank employees who seem to think that their mission is to make customers’ lives difficult with paperwork.   What was the issue? Our client had..

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At the Summit

Michael Gerber, author of E-Myth Revisited and a genius in solving business problems, meet with E. David Smith, the leading counsel in solving complex legal matters for smart business people. Michael Gerber and E. David Smith met at the LTB Summit on September 5th 2017. David was nominated for the Leadership Award on that event.

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LTB Summit

I had so much fun meeting other successful business owners at the LTB summit yesterday. It was a big honor to be nominated for the leadership award. Thank you MICHAEL E. GERBER, MIKE MICHALOWICZ, MENY HOFFMAN, CHRIS HOGAN, MARK HOROWITZ and CHARLIE HARARY for sharing your wisdom with us.

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How to Pursue Fraudulent Debtors: Denial and Revocation of Bankruptcy Discharge Under Section 727

What do you do when a debtor owes you money, files for bankruptcy and you know they are fraudulent and hiding money? What happens if you discover the fraud after the debtor receives a discharge? Section 727(a) of the Bankruptcy Code enumerates grounds for denial of discharge, and Section 727(d) provides for the revocation of..

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