Since July 1, 2015, Pennsylvania businesses have been able to convert from one form to another, with a few simple steps. Before 2015, a business entity that wanted to change its form (such as a general partnership to a limited liability company (LLC)) would have either needed to undergo a complicated merger process or would have had to transfer assets.
In a balanced market, and frequently in this seller’s market, properties are sold twice. There is the original offer and acceptance and then there is the renegotiation that follows the inspection reports.
The process of reopening business in Pennsylvania has been a bumpy road and the twists and turns ahead make predictions difficult. Not so the past: we know what was allowed and what not at any particular time.
Tips for real estate professionals on how to manage their social media and personal finances during the COVID pandemic.
Recent lawsuits against major car manufacturers and financing companies alleged that vehicles they financed were repossessed without providing the borrower with notice as required by Article 9.
The United Services Automobile Association (“USAA”) was awarded a $102.8 million verdict against Wells Fargo in a mobile deposit patent infringement lawsuit.
Every participant in the financial markets knows that London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is not guaranteed after 2021, yet few have taken steps to prepare for LIBOR’s end.
Human Relations (HR) department often encounter legal questions. Attorney Kathryn Lease Simpson discusses the HR issues Mette, Evans & Woodside can assist with.
As a Pennsylvania business owner, you probably have an employee handbook. Attorney Kathryn Lease Simpson discusses why it is a good idea to review your handbook for any updates or changes.
Attorney Kathryn Lease Simpson discusses how you can avoid employment issues as an employer. The number one way is through prevention.
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